Live Streaming TV Channels, and The Star Sports has secured exclusive broadcast rights for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 in India and the subcontinent, which includes Sri Lanka, Afghanistan, Nepal, Bangladesh, Maldives, and Bhutan.
The matches will be streamed live on the Disney+ Hotstar digital platform in India and the subcontinent, available to subscribers with a premium subscription. Star India and Star Middle East have obtained the global rights for the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023, as part of an eight-year agreement with the ICC. However, the host broadcast production rights and certain other rights are reserved by the ICC.
In Australia, the exclusive broadcast rights for the 2023 Cricket World Cup have been acquired by Foxtel and Kayo, with no free-to-air telecast. Australian viewers can live stream the matches on Kayo Sports, a new digital platform dedicated to watching cricket matches online. The Foxtel App is recommended for those with a TV subscription, while Foxtel Now is suitable for streaming Foxtel channels only.
Willow TV will provide live coverage of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 in the United States and Canada, while Sky Sports Cricket will broadcast the matches in the United Kingdom. Live Streaming TV Channels, and The Viewers in the UK can also access the matches via NOW TV and Sky Go for online streaming.
For viewers in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) countries, TV rights for live coverage are held by Etisalat and Starzplay. Matches can be watched on the CricLife Max channel through Etisalat’s eLife TV, Switch TV, and the Starzplay app in the UAE, while the rest of the MENA region can exclusively watch via Starzplay.
the pay-television broadcaster will telecast live coverage of the Cricket World Cup 2023 in Sub-Saharan Africa. Matches will also be available for live streaming on the SuperSport digital platform.
In Bangladesh, Gazi TV (GTV), T Sports, and BTV National will broadcast the matches live.
PTV Sports and A-sports are the official broadcasters in Pakistan, with PTV Sports holding exclusive telecast rights for all matches and also offering live streaming on the Daraz app.
Siyatha TV and Star Sports will telecast the ODI Cricket World Cup 2023 in Sri Lanka, while ESPN Caribbean will provide coverage in most Caribbean countries.
Astro Cricket will broadcast the games in Hong Kong, Malaysia, and Singapore. YuppTV has secured digital media rights for the Cricket World Cup 2023 in Continental Europe (except UK & Ireland) and South East Asia (except Singapore and Malaysia).
Hotstar, owned by Star India, is now officially available in the United Kingdom and the United States. ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023 matches will be streamed live on the Hotstar digital platform for subscribers in these countries, with subscription fees available in annual and monthly tiers. Various Star Sports channels, including Star Sports 1, Star Sports 2, Star Sports 1 Hindi, and Star Sports 1 Tamil, among others, will provide coverage in different languages and formats for viewers in India and other regions
Australia: Sports Entertainment Network Radio and Australian Broadcasting Corporation will provide radio coverage of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023.
India: Prasar Bharati (AIR) and Digital 2 Sports will broadcast the matches on the radio.
Middle East & North Africa: Talk 100.3 FM, Tamil FM 89.4 FM, and Club FM will offer radio coverage in this region.
Pakistan: Shamal Media Services Pvt Limited 106.2 FM will provide radio coverage in Pakistan.
Sri Lanka: SLBC (Sri Lanka Broadcasting Corporation) will broadcast the matches on radio.
South Africa: SABC (South African Broadcasting Corporation) will offer radio coverage in South Africa.
United Kingdom: BBC and Talksport will provide radio coverage in the UK.
New Zealand: Sports Entertainment Network Radio will broadcast the matches on the radio.
To watch ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 matches live streaming, you can access the following digital platforms: Disney+ Hotstar, Rabbithole, Bioscope, MyGP, Daraz app, Switch TV, Starz Play, Foxtel GO, Foxtel NOW, Kayo Sports, ESPN+, YuppTV, and PlayGo.
Digital Content Rights:
Facebook holds digital content rights for Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka. BBC has the rights in the UK, while Spark Sport has the rights in New Zealand for in-match clips and highlights.