Raiders vs Storm Live Streaming Guide

NRL is back in the 2020 season! and its time to watch round 3 Canberra Raiders vs Melbourne Storm live stream. This season started on 28 May. Round 3 Game feature Raiders vs Storm and it will begin on Saturday, May 30 at 7.30 p.m AEST.

The previous game between the Raiders and Storm was an absolute pearler, a qualifying final last year that went down to the wire. It was a game Canberra won in stunning circumstances, shocking Storm 12-10 at AAMI Park to gift themselves a week off and set up a prelim on their way to the grand final.

Raiders vs Storm Live Streaming Guide

It’ll be Raiders’ English import George Williams’ first taste of a big NRL clash, and his combination with Jack Wighton will be tested against that of Storm halves Cameron Munster and Jahrome Hughes.

Beyond that, the battle between the two huge forward packs is likely to produce some intense collisions.

How to Watch Canberra Raiders vs Melbourne Storm Game Live Stream:

You can stream every round of the 2020 NRL Game live on Kayo, including Raiders vs Storm. New to Kayo? Don’t worry, it has a 14 Days free trial options for their new member.

Channel 9 will also be the home of the game on free to air TV.

In a number of other countries including the US, UK, and Canada, you can get a Raiders vs Storm live stream via the Watch NRL service.

How to live stream with Watch NRL:

There’s no need to miss a second of the Aussie rugby league action this season, even if you’re not currently based Down Under. That’s thanks to Watch NRL, which will be offering a Roosters vs Rabbitohs live stream – as well coverage of every other match of the season.

It’s a global subscription service that will give you access to every single NRL match this season. Available whether you’re in Boston, Birmingham, or Bangkok.

How to watch live from Aboard:

Aussies abroad may encounter geo-blocking when trying to access your normal domestic coverage online. In fact, the same applies to anybody who finds themselves overseas and tries to watch their home feed. But there’s a solution: when this is the case, the simplest and most reliable fix is to use a VPN service to change your IP address to a different location.

This will generally let you tune in to your local coverage, just as you would from home, and means you don’t have to trawl the sketchier corners of the internet for an illegal stream.

Our software experts have tested more than 100 VPNs and it’s ExpressVPN that comes out on top. There are plenty of reasons why, but the main factors are its speed, security, and simplicity to use.

VPNs are ridiculously easy to set up and use and aren’t just for watching Canberra Raiders vs Melbourne Storm abroad – they’re a great first line of defense for your online activity and many people use them to get around other geo-blocked websites or to access foreign Netflix content.

New Zealand:

Sky Sports is the home of the NRL 2020 in New Zealand, which means customers can live stream the Canberra Raiders vs Melbourne Storm on a wide range of devices via the Sky Go app. Kick-off is 9.55 pm NZST.

Alternatively, watch the NRL Game on-the-go without Sky Sports with a Sky Sports Now pass. This standalone streaming service gets you to access to Sky Sports channels 1-4 and can be had for $59 a month – or $39 a month if you sign up for six months.


NRL fans in the UK have the option of the Watch NRL service, which gives you streaming access to all the footy – every single match – for just £13 a month. It’s a good choice for real NRL diehards, but for everyone else, Sky Sports is now airing a whole load of NRL coverage live on TV in the absence of its normal UK sporting schedule.

If you don’t subscribe to Sky but want to tune in, fear not, as you can simply purchase a Sky Sports pass from Now TV with daily, weekly, and monthly options all available off-contract – from just £5.99 a month for a mobile-only pass.

The Canberra Raiders vs Melbourne Storm game kick-off is scheduled for 10.55 am BST on Friday, May 29.

This is an especially good offer as live sport seems to be slowly creeping back, and more leagues will hopefully be returning to Sky Sports alongside the NRL soon.


Fox Sports has the rights to the NRL in the US and shows three featured matches a week throughout the regular season, before switching to full coverage of the final series and Grand Final.

However, for those who don’t want to cough up for a costly premium TV contract, Watch NRL is a good service for streaming the Canberra Raiders vs Melbourne Storm from abroad, as is priced at a very reasonable $17 a month for every single game.

Kick-off for the Raiders vs Storm is 5.55 am ET/2.55am PT – so it’s an early start in the States.


Canadian NRL fans are pretty spoilt for choice, as the excellent Watch NRL option is joined by a national viewing option, Sportnet World. As well as coverage of Aussie league rugby, it also throws in coverage of UK Super League and Premiership rugby, making it a great option for all-round fans of the sport in the Great White North.

Contact your local cable or satellite TV provider to learn more and add it to your package and you should get access to companion streaming service SN Now at no extra cost – through those only interested in streaming can sign up for SN Now on a standalone, contract-free basis. You’ll need the premium SN Now+ offering to get all the rugby, though.

It’s a 5.55 am ET/2.55am PT pick-off as in America.


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