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notaleaguefan wrote: Sun Sep 01, 2019 5:09 pm
Quolls2019 wrote: Sun Sep 01, 2019 4:57 pm
Fred wrote: Sun Sep 01, 2019 2:27 pm I can’t believe 20000 in Sydney watched that Afl legends peice of crap that was served up!!!
Yep, I tolerated 10 minutes. Rubbish, get a bad concept and make it worse.
I watched bits of it then turned it off after seeing the am radio midget Steve price on the field!

Was there any reason given it was played on the rectangular field of aami Park?
No idea, rectangle ground??? What were they thinking, get the best parts of Australian Rules, take them out, get the best parts of NRL, add them in, and you get Friday nights crappy display.


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notaleaguefan wrote: Sun Sep 01, 2019 1:54 pm
AFLcrap1 wrote: Sun Sep 01, 2019 1:29 pm Jealous much .
Oh & ive explained where fans go after SOO
You're too stupid to comprehend .

Let's wait & see what the ratings are at years emd for the internationals
Lol I bet it outrates any international the afl could dish up
but bug but, all those hardcore rl fans from soo would be dying to see their country play :lol:

what do the RL internationals rate 1/3 1/4 on average of that of soo :rofl:

why is this the case, one of them like seeing australia play NZ or the poms

or 2/3 or 3/4 of the soo fans are rl fans for 3 games of the year :lol:

for the record as well idiot AFL doesnt have internationals or even claims to have! like you like to pretend :wave:
I won't bother explaining again .
You are too stupid to understand .
It gets explained
You just ignore & repeat the question over & over


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notaleaguefan wrote: Sun Sep 01, 2019 3:17 pm
Terry wrote: Sun Sep 01, 2019 2:42 pm
Fred wrote: Sun Sep 01, 2019 2:27 pm I can’t believe 20000 in Sydney watched that Afl legends peice of crap that was served up!!!
Actually it was 15k Freddo. So 15k expats.
Zero proof! :wave:
15,000 becomes 20,000 - Angloflisized before our eyes.


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Quolls2019 wrote: Sun Sep 01, 2019 5:14 pm
notaleaguefan wrote: Sun Sep 01, 2019 5:09 pm
Quolls2019 wrote: Sun Sep 01, 2019 4:57 pm

Yep, I tolerated 10 minutes. Rubbish, get a bad concept and make it worse.
I watched bits of it then turned it off after seeing the am radio midget Steve price on the field!

Was there any reason given it was played on the rectangular field of aami Park?
No idea, rectangle ground??? What were they thinking, get the best parts of Australian Rules, take them out, get the best parts of NRL, add them in, and you get Friday nights crappy display.
yep whos idea was to play it as the bumsniffing venue!
the game needs to go back to what it originally was! at the western oval for charity! especially now that the oval has had some work done to it


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Agreed..


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Another 933k in for yesterdays two RL games. I make it around 4M for the round.


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another good round..

#NRLDragonsTigers
475k (Metro 275k Regional 200k)
#TVratings Sunday STV #NRL #FoxLeague
#NRLDragonsTigers 273k
= 748k for 1 game.

#TVratings Sunday STV #NRL #FoxLeague
#NRLSharksRaiders 186k


Ch9 Wishing they had the Tigers v Sharks game at 4pm next sunday..

I hope Tigers can win this..
would love to see them in the finals.


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I was out by 150k. 3.859M for the round.


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only 3 real big games this weekend Final round.
prob is 2 games are fox exclusives

be interesting round total and what the Nrl and Afl figures are side by side.


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H&A Season Totals -
AFL lead by 4.437 million with 1 NRL round to come. To get this it would need to be the highest home and away season round this season. Not impossible, but unlikely.

For the League folks who count H&A + Rep as one
League leads the AFL by 6.199 million

For folks who count everything in a calendar year
League leads the AFL by 4.194 million

Current prediction, AFL will win on domestic season. NRL will carry overall honours.
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yeah agreed... it looked like it would go down to the last round, it which it almost did..

Yes AFL will take it out, i recan the Finals will be touch too strong each round


Overall good numbers all round


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Kayo audience data details how Foxtel’s audience is growing
• How much do users love Foxtel’s sports streaming platform?
• Over 200,000 extra for many Cricket World Cup matches

By James Manning

Ten months since Foxtel revealed a beta version of its sports streaming platform, Kayo Sports has finally provided the first information on Australian sports fans’ engagement with the multi-sport streaming service, highlighted by over 25 million hours of content viewed in the three months to June 2019.

The release of Kayo’s viewer engagement highlights follows a recent update on subscriber growth which stated that, since Kayo’s launch in November 2018, subscriber numbers had grown to 382,000 as of 30 June, of which 331,000 were paying.

Kayo chief executive Julian Ogrin (pictured) told Mediaweek that with as many as 50 different sports available from Fox Sports, ESPN and beIN Sports, there is nothing like Kayo available anywhere else in the world. “The level of engagement we are getting is unprecedented for a sports service.”

If you add the numbers using Kayo to the published OzTAM numbers for Fox Sports via linear TV, the subscription TV audience numbers are significant.

Ogrin stressed that “users” is not the same as viewers, as there could be two or more people watching Kayo, especially if it is watched via the app on the television as opposed to a mobile device.

The Kayo boss said that for some broadcasts the number watching Kayo on the big screen could be as much as 50%.

Kayo June Quarter Viewer Highlights

ime spent on Kayo reached approximately 8.5 hours of weekly user viewing in June driven by the Cricket World Cup with the average customer watching 6 of the 50 different sports available on Kayo each week.

• The recent Cricket World Cup delivered Kayo its biggest audiences since launch with nearly 8 million hours of cricket content streamed across the six-week competition.

• An average of 175,000 users watched Australia’s matches, with 187,000 users watching India’s matches.

• The most watched game was the New Zealand v England final with 220,000 users, followed by the Australia v England match on 25 June with 219,000 users.

• In addition, the India v Australia match on 9 June was the most streamed sporting event on Kayo with over 21 million minutes of viewing and watched by 214,000 users.

• AFL fans are watching an average of 3.5 hours each week, with some regular season games reaching over 100,000 users including the West Coast v Richmond clash on 18 August watched by 130,000 users.

NRL fans were also watching an average of 3.5 hours each week, with some regular season games reaching nearly 70,000 users.

• Rugby is already drawing large audiences ahead of next month’s Rugby World Cup with over 80,000 users watching the first Australia v New Zealand Bledisloe Cup Game on 10 August.

• The NBA Finals drove big numbers on Kayo, highlighted by Raptors v Warriors Game 6 reaching 113,000 users.

• In Tennis, Aussies got behind Ash Barty’s maiden Grand Slam victory with 64,000 users watching her take out Roland-Garros.

• Formula 1 has also delivered impressive results, highlighted by over 75,000 users watching the German Grand Prix.

One of the big attractions for users are the Kayo minis which package highlights of a match into 10 minutes. Ogrin said as many as 50,000 users have watched a single Kayo Mini. Also a hit with subscribers is the ability to watch a match from the start or join it live if they log in during the course of the event.

With the finals seasons of AFL and NRL running through September, Ogrin said there is plenty of sport coming to keep Kayo subscribers happy.

“We have the Rugby World Cup starting soon and then just a week after that we get into our exclusive cricket season. We are confident the cricket audience will build this year after the success our World Cup coverage.”

While there are just under 400,000 current subscribers, Ogrin noted the customer base is significantly bigger than that with some subscribers coming in and out of Kayo depending on the sports they want to watch.

The Kayo audiences are not just watching content from the Fox Sports channels. ESPN offers many major sports from the current US Open to the forthcoming NFL and NBA seasons. Ogrin noted that one NBA finals match from last season featuring the Warriors and the Raptors had 138,000 users.

He also noted the start of the European football season as covered by beIN Sports is also a big drawcard.

Regarding the future, Ogrin said: “We are continually optimising the business to make sure that we have a superior customer experience in terms of streaming quality. We will continue to work behind the scenes to make sure that we’ve got a world class best practice streaming service.”

Kayo has plenty of capacity for more users, said Ogrin. “On one weekend we had 400 live games, there is no streaming service anywhere in the world that can do that.”

Kayo and Foxtel will be working with MCN to blend the streaming platform audience with the TV audience currently measured by OzTAM, to give advertisers are more accurate picture to the growing audiences watching their ads.

“For example, the Richmond v West Coast AFL match on 18 August reached an audience of 628,000 across Fox Sports, Foxtel Now and Go, making it the third most watched Sunday game on Foxtel this season. When you add Kayo’s 130,000 unique users, the Foxtel group is reaching a very large and diverse audience,” said Ogrin.

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The_Wookie wrote: Mon Sep 02, 2019 12:08 pm H&A Season Totals -
AFL lead by 4.437 million with 1 NRL round to come. To get this it would need to be the highest home and away season round this season. Not impossible, but unlikely.

For the League folks who count H&A + Rep as one
League leads the AFL by 6.199 million

For folks who count everything in a calendar year
League leads the AFL by 4.194 million

Current prediction, AFL will win on domestic season. NRL will carry overall honours.
Yep, agreed. Good numbers all round. Bearing in mind there is 6 less games in the NRL season the averages will be very close indeed.


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Week 1 AFL finals 2018 metro FTA 874k
Week 1 AFL finals 2019 metro FTA 633K

Down 241k!!!!!


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Total AFL Week 1 thurs finals game 2018 1.559M
Total AFL week 1 thurs finals game 2019 1.1M

Down 459k. Yep! Close to 1/2 a mill!!!!!!


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