Kayo sports has a lot to offer with 50+ sports available on demand and a starting cost of $25 per month. For a lot of potential subscribers there are a few barriers to getting their favourite live sport: Cost, time and availability being the primary ones but this Christmas break Kayo have you covered with more sport than you could humanly watch live and on demand. Here’s the rundown for Boxing Day alone.

The Melbourne Test between Australia and India. NBA offerings including the Milwaukee Bucks taking on the New York Knicks, Oklahoma City Thunder vs the Houston Rockets, Philadelphia 76ers vs Boston Celtics, Utah Jazz vs the Portland Trail Blazers and the big ticket NBA game for the day – the LA Lakers go up against the defending champion Golden State Warriors.

There’s Hyundai A-League to watch with the Western Sydney Wanderers take on Adelaide United at 7pm, more cricket with the KFC Big Bash League featuring the Perth Scorchers and Adelaide Strikers also live at 7pm and Women’s Big Bash League where the Perth Scorchers take on Brisbane Heat.

In NBL action Melbourne United go up against the Adelaide 36ers.

That’s over 50 hours: you’ll have to use their split screen mode if you’re going to go hard on your sports fix as you recover from Christmas Day.

In terms of getting your sports fix, Kayo offers a cost effective option when compared to other options. There’s plenty to watch (as you can see from the Boxing Day lineup) with cricket, NRL, AFL, A-League, Supercars, NBA, NFL, Formula 1, NBL and International Tennis on offer. All of their content can be streamed on iOS and Android devices, laptop, PC and on TV with Telstra TV, Apple TV and Chromecast Ultra.

What sports make Kayo an attractive offer for you and your family? Will you be sitting down to feast on sports on Boxing Day?

Source: Kayo Sports PR.