BROADCASTING RIGHTS FOR QUALIFIERS
The ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 Qualifiers is all set to begin from June 18 in Zimbabwe. The three week long tournament will see 10 top nations fighting for the two positions in the upcoming ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 in India.
Ten teams are divided into two groups. Each team will play four matches during the group stage of the qualifier, with the top three sides from each group then progressing through to the Super Six stage.
The opener will be played between Zimbabwe and Nepal at Harare Sports Club on 18 June.
Live Streaming TV Channels:
A Sports will broadcast the matches of ICC Cricket World Cup Qualifier 2023 in Pakistan. Similarly, fans can enjoy the free online streaming at Ary Zap.
– STAR SPORTS
Star Sports is WORLD WIDE broadcaster for Qualifier Matches.Star Sports will broadcast the selected matches of the group stage of the ICC Cricket World Cup Qualifier 2023. However, they will broadcast all the matches from the super six onwards.
ICC TV will broadcast all the matches of the qualifier. However, it will be available in selected region only.
All Regions (other than Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka).
Fancode is a digital live streaming platform and it is only available in India.
ICC BROADCAST RIGHTS
ICC has awarded Star Sports the global broadcast rights for all ICC Events from 2015 to 2023. This included exclusive live and highlights rights across all platforms for ICC major events – the ICC Cricket World Cup and its qualifiers, the ICC Women’s World Cup, the ICC World Twenty20 and its qualifiers, the ICC Champions Trophy and the ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup.
Star Sports, the sports broadcasting network owned by 21st Century Fox through its subsidiaries STAR TV and Fox International Channels, broadcasts primarily to India, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Maldives, Nepal and Sri Lanka (India and Indian Sub-Continent) with further reach into East Asia on specific channels.