You’ve asked, and we’ve listened…Introducing the Optus Sport App for Android TV.
From the 7th of January, you’ll be able to catch all of our exclusive live Football content on supported devices installed with the Android operating system.
As a minimum requirement, your compatible TV must have Android 7.0 (Nougat).
Existing Optus Sport subscribers will be able to download the Optus Sport App from the Google Play Store straight from their supported device.
All Google certified Android TV's and streaming devices installed with Android 7.0+
Note: Depending on the model of your Sony TV - The Optus Sport App may be available pre-installed in the My Apps section from your Home Screen.
A complete list of supported devices will be listed here.
For setup & troubleshooting tips, head to our Optus Sport device troubleshooting page.
Remember, only Google approved devices will have access to the Google Play store. If you cannot access the Google Play Store from your device, you will not be able to download the Optus Sport Android TV App.
How do I know if my TV is an Android TV?
What is the minimum Android version I need to get the Optus Sport app on my TV?
I have an Android TV, but why can’t I find and install the Optus Sport app?
How do I log in to Optus Sport on the Android TV app?
I’m unable to log in via the Optus Sport Android TV app
I’m seeing padlocks against matches and I’m unable to watch any videos
Credentials entered are incorrect (see I’m unable to log in via the Optus Sport Android TV app above for more details about this)
What video quality will matches be streamed on Android TV?
Can I watch Optus Sport on my Android TV as well as other devices at the same time?
As long as you have a Google certified Android TV, you'll be able to download the app directly from the Google Play store 🙂
So, I had a word with our OS product team and there are some more changes on the horizon.
I have to stay tight-lipped for now, but stay tuned for updates 🙂