Yes, created by Foxtel. So everything Foxtel has, Kayo has and vice versa.
Meaning EPL is not on Kayo because that belongs to Optus, but the Spanish, German, Italian and French soccer leagues are there because they're on Foxtel through BeIN Sports, and so on and so forth with all the other sports.
Put simply: it's the Foxtel sports package for people without a Foxtel box.
I find it really hard to watch trying to cast to an Apple TV 3.
If I use the app, the phone goes to sleep and loses the connection, which doesn't happen on NFL Gamepass, iView, Netflix, or 9 or 7's apps.
If you use the Chrome browser, you get frequent error messages.
If you use a laptop and connect by HDMI you get different frequent error messages.
Part of me wants to get an ATV 4 thinking that'd be an easier, more reliable way to use it... but the other methods I've used are so unreliable I fear blowing the $210 on the ATV.
I get that it's still beta (I think) - but I'm beyond the 2 week trial now, so I'm actually paying for this substandard service.
The only difference between this and FlOptus is that, with Optus and the World Cup we were losing something (ie. the whole World Cup for free), whereas with Kayo we're getting for $25 a month what you used to pay $60+ for - I really believe this is the only reason that Kayo isn't getting the shit-canning that Optus got during the WC
I have an AT4 with Optus Cable internet. I use Netflix and Optus Sports and will probably sign up for Kayo next week. Trying to clear out my Foxtel IQ box, then cancel Foxtel, then get Kayo. I'll report back asap.
I reckon I'll eventually make a complete move to Kayosports and get rid of Foxtel. Having subcription TV has its benefits (no internet dropouts, always in HD, generally more reliable) but the money side of things makes Kayo pretty desirable. I watch most of my non-sport TV on Netflix or on other dodgy websites you can stream for free.