Star Sports, ICC’s Global Broadcast Partner, and its Broadcast Partners will bring coverage to fans across the world through live and highlights television coverage in close to 160 territories. Whilst the live digital coverage – simulcasts on mobile and other digital platforms like Hotstar in India and other parts of the world and channel apps such as Kayo in the host nation, will be available globally – in over 200 territories.
The List of 16 broadcast partners confirmed:
- Star Sports (India and the rest of the Indian Sub-continent (including Sri Lanka))
- Fox Sports & Channel 9 (Australia)
- Sky Sports (United Kingdom & Republic of Ireland)
- SuperSport (South Africa and Sub-Saharan Africa)
- Etisalat Criclife (United Arab Emirates)
- Willow TV (USA & Canada)
- Sky TV (New Zealand)
- PTV Sports (Pakistan)
- ESPN (Caribbean)
- Gazi TV (Bangladesh)
- Radio Television Afghanistan (Afghanistan)
- Fox Networks Group (South East Asia)
- Digicel (Pacific Islands)
- Yupp TV (MENA, Continental Europe and Central Asia)
- Star Cricket (Singapore, Malaysia & Hong Kong).
Leading the charge in multi-language production, ICC’s Global Broadcaster, Star Sports, will broadcast all matches in English and India matches (excluding India v Sri Lanka) in five languages including English, Hindi, Tamil, Telegu and Kannada. For fans wishing to connect to the tournament via web or mobile platforms, all matches will be available on Hotstar.
Meanwhile, in the host country, Fox Sports will televise all matches live on Fox Sports Cricket or Fox Sports 5 supported by Kayo for digital viewers. Channel 9 will also carry coverage of all Australia matches, the Semi-Finals and Final as well as six other tournament matches. (Please check local listings).
In Thailand, viewers can tune in and enjoy coverage of the nation competing in their first-ever ICC Women’s T20 World Cup via Yupp TV’s platforms on Smart TVs, web and mobile.
Yupp TV will provide extensive global coverage to over 60 territories including Albania, Andorra, Armenia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Belgium, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland and Faroe Islands, Italy, Kazakhstan, Kosovo, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania,
Luxembourg, Macedonia, Malta, Moldova, Monaco, Montenegro, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, San Marino and Vatican City, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Tajikistan, Turkey, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, Uzbekistan. A list of licensees is available here.
Fans looking to catch up by short-form, on-demand coverage in India and the Indian Sub-continent (Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka) and Afghanistan can watch via the ICC’s Facebook page. Post-match highlights will also be made available.
Elsewhere, in-match digital coverage and post-match highlights for fans in the United Kingdom and New Zealand will be made available by the BBC (United Kingdom) and Spark Sport (New Zealand).
Globally, post-match highlights and a range of event features, media conferences and archive material will be available to view globally on the ICC’s Facebook page and Instagram account.
Digital fans can follow the tournament via the official T20 World Cup mobile App and t20worldcup.com website. You’ll have everything you need to know about the event including news, results, and highlights for every game including exclusive behind-the-scenes content provided by our Digital Insider team featuring Ridhima Pathak, Alex Hartley, and Neroli Meadows.
As ever, a range of content will also be delivered to the ICC and T20 World Cup Social media channels across Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Youtube and TikTok and fans can join in the discussion by using the tournament hashtag #T20WorldCup.