League fans will be able to access the action in more ways than ever before with the NRL TV App now available on Hisense televisions.
The NRL TV App will be integrated across Hisense’s television range as a part of the company’s three-year partnership with the NRL.
Late-model Hisense televisions now have access to the NRL TV App and all of the features that come with it.
Viewers will be able to watch to full match replays of every State of Origin game, to go along with highlights and mini-matches, as well as grand final replays dating back to 1966.
Fans can also catch up with a vast range of live-streamed NRL programs including Inside the NRL, NRL Teams and Game Plan, as well as match replays, highlights, archives and documentaries.
Hisense customers also now have access to Kayo, Stan Sport and NBA League Pass.
Head of Marketing at Hisense Australia Andre Iannuzzi described the integration as "an exciting development".
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"At Hisense we are driven to provide Australians the best in home entertainment, which means we are constantly looking at how we can expand our content offering – particularly when it comes to sports," Iannuzzi said.
"Our insights tell us that our customers highly value access to sports content from the comfort of their own home and this is something we’ve seen increase exponentially over the last 12 months … The integration of the NRL TV App across our product range is an exciting development for our sports-loving customer base and significantly enhances our on-demand sport offering by ensuring there is something for everyone."
Earlier this year, Hisense announced its partnership with Australia’s leading sports streaming platform Kayo, with the app now accessible via Hisense televisions equipped with VIDAA U3, VIDAA U4 and VIDAA U5.
Viewers will now have access to more rugby league on-demand as a part of the partnership between the NRL and Hisense.