How to watch State of Origin game 3 from overseas

Posted: 8 July 2019 7:15 pm News

The 2019 State of Origin series will be decided on July 10 at ANZ Stadium in Homebush, Sydney. Here's how you can watch NSW Blues battle the QLD Maroons overseas.

The Blues may have been beaten 18-14 by a solid Queensland side in Game 1 of the 2019 series, but they turned it around in style for Game 2, thrashing the Maroons 36-6. It means that Game 3 on July 10 at ANZ Stadium is indeed a decider. The winner will take all the glory, and the bragging rights for the next year.

It's fair to say that New South Wales goes into Game 3 as favourites. The strong win in Game 2, the arrival in the team of two of the NRL's most in-form players, Mitchell Pearce and David Klemmer, and the fact the Blues have the home ground advantage all play in their favour. If you're overseas, you don't have to miss a thing thanksto the Watch NRL app.

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How to stream State of Origin game 3 overseas

Game 3 will take place on 10 July at ANZ Stadium in Sydney. The game will kick-off at 8:10 PM local AEST time. If you're in Australia, then we have a detailed article already available that can take you throgh your broadcast options. But the bad news is that watching a live stream of State of Origin overseas via 9Now, Kayo Sports or Foxtel Now won't work. These services are region locked. However, thre is a solution.

The easiest way watch State of Origin overseas is to get a Watch NRL pass. This is the official way to stream every NRL match live and on-demand from outside Australia, including the State of Origin clashes. A weekly pass, which will not only get your Game 3, but all the Round 17 NRL action as well, is priced at $19. You get all the FOX LEAGUE programming as part of that cost, so not just replays and classic matches, but all the talk shows such as Matty Johns, NRL Tonight and NRL 360.

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The Watch NRL app works on iOS and Android devices, or you can use the website to enjoy it through your PC or Mac in a browser. If you want to watch it on your TV, you can use Airplay or ChromeCast (here's a guide on setting it up).

Pay attention to the date, though – the pass auto-renews every seven days, so you need to cancel it after Game 3 if you’re not interested in holding on to the service long-term. If that’s the case, a monthly or yearly pass may be more up your alley. You can sign-up for Watch NRL here.

Not in Australia? Livestream the State of Origin here

Not in Australia? Livestream the State of Origin here from Watch NRL

If you're travelling abroad, you can stream the State of Origin on PC, iPhone, Android or TV (using Chromecast or Airplay) with Watch NRL's app. Sign up now.

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Alternatively, you can check to see if the game is broadcasted on TV in your area by consulting the International Broadcasters list on the NRL website. Or, you could use a VPN service to hide your location and access 9Now, Kayo Sports or Foxtel Now. But that can be somewhat of a hassle and the connection may not be reliable. Besides, it’s not exactly complying with the platform’s terms of service.

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