Optus Sport offers Victorians in lockdown free access

Mariam Cheik-Hussein
By Mariam Cheik-Hussein | 10 August 2020

Optus is offering Victorians going through a second lockdown free access to the Optus Sport app.

The offer applies to those who don’t have an Optus Sport subscription, giving them access to competitions such as the UEFA Champions League tournament.

“As Victoria enters tough lock down restrictions, we figure what better way to spend lockdown than enjoying the UEFA Champions League on us,” says Corin Dimopoulos, Optus head of TV and content.

“And if football isn’t your thing, people can also access Optus Sport app’s new OS Fitness content – meaning you can shake off some quarantine calories with a workout or two.”

Victorians will be eligible to watch all live UEFA Champions League, UEFA Europa League, J-League and K-League matches on Optus Sport until September 9. Users can also access OS Fitness for home workouts.

“If like me, you have been piling on iso weight, then our partners Flow Athletic and Fitness Playground, can whip you into shape with a range of fat-burning, yoga, dance, cardio, pilates and core strength sessions,” Dimopoulos says.

Other streaming platforms, such as Foxtel’s Foxtel Now and Binge, have provided similar offers to Australians throughout lockdowns.

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