How to live stream the 2018 NRL Finals from India
Travelling during the Finals Series doesn’t mean you can’t keep up with your favourite team.
After an explosive season of NRL in 2018, it all comes down to this. On Sunday 30 September, the Sydney Roosters go head-to-head with Melbourne Storm at ANZ Stadium. Stock up on snacks and refreshments and get ready for what’s safe to assume will be a memorable clash.
Thankfully, even if you’re travelling or living in India, catching the action live won’t be a problem thanks to Watch NRL.
How to stream the 2018 NRL Grand Final
Firstly, you’re going to want to set a reminder for 2:20 PM IST. That’s the local kick-off time in India. Next, get set up at a smartphone, PC or Smart TV and get set up with Watch NRL.
Thanks to Watch NRL, you can keep up with your team even when you’re out of the country. The subscription-based international service offers live streams of all matches, including the Grand Final. Not only that but on-demand replays are also available for NRL fans who live overseas or are simply travelling and not keen to miss out on the action.
The service works on a variety of devices, including supported personal computers, tablets, mobile devices and TVs. Hence, you can watch the Grand Final on your laptop or smartphone – all you need is access to an Internet connection and you’re good to go.
Currently, Watch NRL is selling Finals Series passes at $79, which offer instant access to all the matches during the Finals Series. However, if you’re only interested in the Grand Final, you can purchase a weekly subscription, which is only $20. Pay attention – all subscriptions automatically renew, so you’ll want to remember to cancel yours once you no longer need it.
In Australia, the Grand Final will be broadcast by Nine Network and available to stream on 9Now. Technically, you could use a VPN to access the stream, but that’s not always a reliable option. Watch NRL is the safer bet, even if you have to spend a few bucks to enjoy it.