Hubbl is now offering thousands of hours of free sport with Kayo Freebies

Australia’s latest TV platform Hubbl has announced it will now be offering hours of free sport with Kayo Freebies – even if you are not a Kayo Sports subscriber.

Thousands of hours of free live and on-demand content from more than 35 sports will be streamed directly from the Hubbl home page through the dedicated sport page.

Kayo Freebies will be available on Hubbl – all you need to do to access it is click on the Freebies rail to start watching things like Super Netball and the Formula 1 from Japan and China.

There is no additional login required. Kayo Freebies will also not require a Kayo Sports subscription to view the free content.

Hubbl will also fusing more free sport on the platform from apps including YouTube and free-to-air apps and bringing them together with Kayo Freebies.

The free sport options will be quite visible within Hubbl and will be curated with carousels and featured rails to provide seamless access to the best free sporting events available.

Hubbl users will be able to watch Super Netball, select NBL games including the NBL finals, all NBL1 games, all Formula 1 and MotoGP practice and qualifier races, selected Supercars races, Sail GP and America’s Cup, the World Surf League along with a range of Kayo Minis and Kayo Bites for sports highlights.

“‘The Hubbl universe makes accessing your favourite apps and channels simple,” says Les Wigan, Managing Director of Hubbl.

“We are pleased we can now use the Hubbl 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 said: 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 its live, replays or minis, there are more than 35 free sports available to stream on the platform.”

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