Streaming initiative: More free sport arrives for Hubbl users via Kayo Freebies


Kayo Freebies now offers highlights or live coverage of 35 sports: From Super Netball to F1.

Users of the new streaming device Hubbl have been gifted more free TV sport.

Without subscribing to Kayo Sports, Hubbl offers users a variety of free sports. All the sports covered by FTA broadcasters Seven, Nine, 10, SBS and ABC plus YouTube are accessible via Hubbl.

Now, Kayo Freebies has been integrated on the device. That adds thousands of hours of free sport to the platform with no Kayo Sports login required.

What is available on Kayo Freebies?

Kayo Freebies is home to thousands of hours of free live and on-demand sporting moments. The Freebies sports will be available from today.

Hubbl users without a Kayo Sports subscription can watch the Super Netball season and Formula 1 practice and qualifying in Japan.

The content will be available to stream directly from the device’s home page and via the dedicated sport page.

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Hubbl users will be able to choose free sporting moments by using the + button on the remote to add to a personalised watchlist.

Kayo Freebies on Hubbl will not require a Kayo subscription to view free content.

Free sports include select NBL games, select Supercars races, all races and events for Sail GP and America’s Cup. Plus the World Surf League, and a variety of Kayo Minis and Kayo Bites.

35+ free sports available to stream

Les Wigan, managing director of Hubbl, said: “The Hubbl universe makes accessing your favourite apps and channels simple. We can now use the technology to make Kayo Freebies even easier to access. Though Kayo Freebies remains available through the Kayo Sports app, on Hubbl it means no Kayo Sports password or username is required and dedicated rails will bring together hours of the best free sporting events with ease.”

Julian Ogrin, managing director of Kayo Sports, added: “Sport is part of our DNA and we know how much Australians love it. Several years ago Kayo made a commitment to offer free sport to the Australian public. Kayo makes it effortless to get access to that sport and we are thrilled to be able to use the Hubbl technology to take that further – whether it’s live, replays or minis, there are 35+ free sports available to stream on the platform.”

Stacey West, CEO of Netball Australia, said: “Netball is the number one female team sport in Australia and is played by over one million people – with Kayo Freebies added to Hubbl, Australians will have another easy way to access the very best from the sport, including the Suncorp Super Netball season which starts on April 13.”

Hubbl went on sale in March and is available at Harvey Norman and JB Hi Fi and via

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