The State Of Origin Series is the pinnacle of Rugby League, and maybe Australian sport. The 42nd’state of origin match between Queensland’s Maroons and New South Wales’ Blues was played with passion, energy, toughness, and pride this year. The trials for the preseason are over, and we’ve seen a taste of the live action to come in the coming season. It’s now time to prepare for some great action of tackles, tries, and a whole lot more.
New South Wales has an unassailable 2-0 lead in the series, but they have a chance to make history by being the first NSW team to whitewash the Maroons in three games in Queensland. If ever there was a hanging carrot, this is it. Here’s how to watch and stream the next State of Origin 2023 match.
In Australia, where can I watch State of Origin 2023?
Channel 9, better known as the NINE networks in Australia will broadcast all three State of Origin games live and free. The first game, which will take place on Wednesday, May 31st, will be broadcast live. On Wednesday, June 21st, the second game will take place. On Wednesday, July 12, the third game will take place. 9Now, Channel 9’s streaming portal, is also available to watch the game.
After the game, it will be televised on Fox Sports and the streaming site Kayo in a delayed broadcast.
9Now is having the official broadcast rights to show State of Origin 2023 online. NRL app, with Kayo will also show full live and on-demand of all State of Origin games starting from 31st May 2023. 9Now is easy and free to use. Just register with a valid Email and login to enjoy State of Origin 2023 games. 9Now app is also available for Mobile users. 9Now brings you exclusive streaming coverage of State of Origin series in HD quality.
Kayo Sports offers a free trial of 14-days to new users. Following that, the Basic plan costs 25 AUD per month, while the Premium plan costs 35 AUD per month. Kayo Sports is an Australian sports streaming service that will live broadcast & on demand every game of the State of Origin 2023. Kayo supports the Macs & PCs, as well as cellphones and laptops running iOS & Android. Apple TV, Chromecast, PS4, PS5, Telstra TV, Android TV, Sony Bravia TV, & Samsung TV. You may select between a $25 monthly membership that allows you to watch on two screens at once or a $35 monthly subscription that allows you to watch on three screens at once.
Kayo Sports is a stand out sports channel from the pack because to its high-definition streaming and a variety of sport-specific watching options. SplitView (four sports on one screen), it has Interactive Stats, without Spoilers (hide scores option), special moments (a chronology of key moments in a game that you can navigate to), picture-in-picture mode, select your own camera, & more are among the features available. All the facts may be found in our full Kayo Sports review.
Price: Foxtel Now offers a 10-day free trial to new users. Sports packages begin at 54 AUD per month after that. On a 12-month basis, Foxtel iQ4 bundles start at 59 AUD/month.
If you live in Australia, you can stream the exclusive Fox League channel by signing up for a Foxtel Now or Foxtel iQ4 subscription—you’ll need to acquire the base pack and then add the Sport pack to your subscription.
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State of Origin is available to watch for free on television
Channel 9 in Australia is the only venue in Australia where you can watch State Of Origin games live. Every minute of every game will be broadcast live on free-to-air channel Nine and the 9Now streaming platform from game one through game three. There will be no free-to-air State Of Origins replays in Australia.
Game 2 of State of Origin live on 9Now
Wednesday, June 21, 2023, will be the date for Game 2 of State of Origin. The live stream coverage starts at 7.50 PM AEST on 9Now and Channel Nine network.