December 4, 2023

Broadcast details for ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023

The International Cricket Council has announced details of the broadcast arrangements for the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023.

  • The full list of places to watch the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023 is Available here

The International Cricket Council has announced details of the broadcast arrangements for the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023, which will put fans at the center of the action, bringing them closer to the game than ever before.

The biggest ever men’s Cricket World Cup kicks off tomorrow with a rematch of the 2019 final, with New Zealand taking on England in Ahmedabad, with the event culminating in the final at the world’s largest stadium on November 19.

ICC’s global broadcast partner Disney Star and its licensees will broadcast each of the 48 matches live on a global basis.

In India, Star Sports Network will be the place to watch fans as the host nation attempts to lift the trophy for the first time since 2011, when it co-hosted the competition alongside Sri Lanka and Bangladesh. In addition to the global broadcast in English, Star Sports will also broadcast the tournament in Hindi, Tamil, Telugu and Canada and the digital platform Disney+ Hotstar will host each match live.

Also in India, the first-of-its-kind vertical feed cricket coverage produced by ICC TV and powered by Disney Star will provide fans with an easier and more mobile-friendly viewing experience for all 48 matches, allowing users to consume content on-the-go.

Defending champions England are looking to retain their title and UK cricket fans can follow the action live on Sky Sports Cricket, Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Mix, Sky Showcase and digitally via the SkyGO app and Sky Sports. Free primetime highlights will be available on Channel 5 and the My5 app for the first time.

WillowTV will be the channel that fans will watch in the USA while coverage will also be available via the ESPN+ app, and SuperSport and its app will broadcast the event in South Africa and in the 52 Sub-Saharan Africa regions. Fox Sports and Kayo will be the home of Australian coverage along with selected matches on Channel Nine and 9Now. For fans in New Zealand, Sky Sport NZ is the place to watch the Men’s Cricket World Cup.

In the UAE and the entire MENA region, all matches will be broadcast live on STARZPLAY, with broadcast coverage provided on CricLife MAX in the UAE.

Fifteen more regions will broadcast live coverage from the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023 – click here.

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