OVO Mobile sports streaming
OVO offers a diverse range of sports streaming offerings, with everything from fast cars to esports on offer.
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Many telecommunications companies differentiate their offerings with free entertainment offerings and OVO is no different in this regard. Through its OVOPlay platform, it provides a wide range of free sports and entertainment streaming services not only to its customers, but to all Australians across the country.
In addition to an impressive catalogue of free sports and entertainment coverage, OVOPlay houses a select few premium streaming channels that require you to pay a subscription fee. This fee differs from channel to channel depending on the sport involved.
Below you'll find a round-up of the sports and entertainment offerings available on OVOPlay.
OVO's coverage of esports in Australia comes via the Australian Esports League, with a five-year deal recently signed that gives OVO exclusive access to all of the AEL's online esports contests. Games covered include:
- DOTA 2
- Rocket League
- Rainbow Six Siege
- PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds
OVO made its splash into the Australian market with rights to the V8 Supercars and while it no longer streams those events, it has kept its petrolhead branding strong with coverage of a wide variety of Australian and international sporting events. Subscribe to OVO and you'll gain access to subscription- and data-free streaming of:
- Red CentreNATS
- 400 Thunder Professional Drag Racing Series
- Formula Drift
- Rally Cross
- World Superbikes
If you're prepared to pay extra, you can also get access to the 400 Thunder Drag Racing Series.
Want to stream OVO sport data-free?
All OVO's prepaid mobile plans let you stream sport through OVOPlay without impacting your monthly data cap. If you want to take advantage of this, compare OVO's current plans in the table below:
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