How to set up and watch Kayo Sports on Android TV
You can watch Kayo Sports on the big screen with an Android TV device.
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Kayo Sports has plenty to offer streaming enthusiasts. The service has a solid content library, with coverage of over 50 sports from all over the world, live and on demand. You also get handy features like SplitView, which lets you watch up to four videos at once on the same screen. Last but not least, the online service boasts great device compatibility, enabling users to access it through a variety of gadgets, including Android TV.
If you have an Android TV device, follow the steps below to get Kayo Sports up and running.
Step 1. Make sure you have a compatible device
Kayo Sports is available on selected Android devices, so you need to make sure you have a compatible one before getting started. For a seamless experience, your device should run Android TV OS version 7.0 and above.
You can watch Kayo Sports using a Xiaomi Mi Box, Asus Nexus Player, NVIDIA SHIELD or Sony BRAVIA. Additionally, The Kayo Sports app for Android TV is available on a wide range of other TV devices manufactured by Hisense, Kogan, Mecool, Panasonic, Philips, Sharp and TCL.
Step 2. Download the Kayo Sports app
Next, you have to download the Kayo Sports app to your device. To do so, simply head to the Google Play store and search for the app. Once you've found the app, click Install.
Step 3. Create a Kayo Sports account
After the app has finished installing, you can sit back and start streaming sports content.
If you don't have a Kayo Sports account yet, you will need to take a couple of minutes to create one via a web browser. There are two types of Kayo Sports subscriptions available. A Basic subscription costs $25/month and lets you watch on two screens at the same time, while a Premium subscription supports three simultaneous streams for $35/month.
New user? Congrats! You get a 14-day free trial. That's enough time to give the platform a spin and see if it's right for you.
Step 4. Log in and start watching
Once your account is set up, enter your login details to sign in. All that's left to do is start streaming, any of the 50 sports on offer.
The Kayo Sports library includes live and on-demand sport, as well as documentaries and other fun stuff. You can use the No Spoilers feature to hide the scores when you can't tune in live or Key Moments to jump right to the action that matters in selected match-ups. This will be especially useful if you're running late.
Missed a game altogether? If you don't want to sit through a replay, watch a Kayo Mini – a condensed version of a game which delivers the highlights in less than 20 minutes. Your favourite though may be SplitView, which allows you to watch four sports at once, perfect for the big screen. Read our comprehensive Kayo Sports review for more information.
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