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Kayo Sports, Australia’s favourite sports streaming service, has launched into gaming devices, with the Kayo app now available on PlayStation®4 (PS4) and PlayStation®5 (PS5) consoles in Australia.

Australians with a PS4 or PS5 will be able to access the Kayo app via the TV & Video section on their consoles.

PlayStation users with a Kayo subscription will be able to stream the more than 50 live and on demand sports available via the  Kayo app, including the biggest line-up of domestic and international sports from the world’s best producers including FOX SPORTS, beIN SPORTS and ESPN.

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Julian Ogrin, Kayo Sports CEO, said:

“Kayo has experienced massive subscriber growth and is undoubtedly the go-to destination for Australian sports fans.

“We are always looking to improve our market leading user experience, as well as making the service available to more Australians, so we are thrilled to be launching on PlayStation 4 and 5 where we know a lot of fans consume their sport. And with our recent launch onto selected Hisense TVs, Kayo has never been more available to sports lovers.”

Goncalo Fialho, General Manager, PlayStation Australia and New Zealand, said:

“We know so many of our Aussie gamers are obsessed with sport. Our exciting partnership with Kayo continues to make PlayStation the best place to play and be entertained and gives our players even more ways to watch all their favourite sports content they want on their consoles.”

Since launching in late 2018, Kayo has become Australia’s fastest growing sports streaming platform, surpassing one million paying subscribers in May 2021, and continues to expand its reach, with the PlayStation announcement following Kayo’s successful launch on selected Hisense TVs in May.

Sports fans will have plenty to look forward to in the second half of 2021, with NRL and AFL finals approaching and a new broadcast agreement with the National Basketball League recently announced which will see every game of the 2021/22 NBL season streamed Live via ESPN on Kayo, with two games per week on Kayo Freebies. A blockbuster summer of cricket is also just around the corner and will be highlighted by the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup, Women’s Test series against India and the hotly anticipated Ashes on home soil.

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