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ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2024 Steps Up to the Crease

The ICC Men’s T20 World Cup has kicked off with the co-hosts, the USA beating their neighbours Canada by seven wickets in Dallas.

With the final taking place in Barbados on 29 June, the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2024 is the biggest ever with 20 teams playing across nine host locations.

The ICC, through its direct broadcast partnerships with world class broadcasters around the globe, says it aims to bring an “out of this world coverage” of all 55 matches for fans in what will be the biggest cricket carnival spectacle.

In India, Star Sports Network and Disney + Hotstar will be the place to watch for fans as India attempt to lift the Men’s T20 World Cup trophy for the first time since the inception of the event in 2007. In addition to the English world feed, Star Sports will also broadcast the tournament in Hindi, Tamil, Telugu and Kannada and digital platform Disney+ Hotstar will host each match live.

The Star Network has pioneered another innovation, increasing the accessibility of the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup by announcing the Indian Sign Language Feed, which provides the first-of-its kind audio descriptive commentary for an ICC event.

“We see the continuation of the hugely successfully vertical feed,” said the ICC, “which debuted for the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup last year, produced by ICC TV and supported by Disney Star, to provide fans with an easier and more intuitive mobile phone viewing experience of all 55 matches allowing users worldwide to consume content on-the-go. The vertical feed will now provide an enhanced user experience through AI-powered innovations designed to engage casual fans with an intuitive viewing experience optimized for mobile devices.”

WillowTV will be the home of the first ever T20 World Cup in the USA for fans in the US and Canada whilst coverage will also be available via the Willow by Cricbuzz app. Fans and co-hosts in the Caribbean can watch all the action live via ESPN Caribbean on TV and stream through the ESPN Play Caribbean app.

Defending champions England are looking to retain their crown and cricket lovers in the UK can catch the action live on Sky Sports Cricket, Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Action and digitally via the SkyGO, NOW and Sky Sports App.

Amazon will be the new home of ICC Cricket in Australia, with coverage of all 55 matches on Prime Video. For fans in New Zealand, Sky Sport NZ continues to the go to broadcaster ICC Men’s T20 World Cup matches.

Fans supporting South Africa, Uganda and Namibia can watch all the action live via SuperSport and its app which will be available across South Africa and to the 52 Sub-Saharan Africa territories.

In the UAE and the entire MENA region, all matches will be streamed Live on STARZPLAY, with broadcast coverage made available on CricLife MAX and CricLife MAX2 in the UAE.

Fans in Pakistan can watch all matches via our linear partners PTV and Ten Sports, and digitally through the Myco and Tamasha apps. Nagorik TV will be the linear TV broadcasters in Bangladesh, with Toffee making the entire tournament available on their app and website.

Maharaja TV in Sri Lanka continue their coverage of ICC’s events through TV1, Sirasa, Shakti TV on linear and their website on digital. Fans will be able to enjoy coverage in Sinahlese commentary for the first time for Sri Lanka matches, via Maharaja TV. Fans can also watch coverage of the event in Sri Lanka through the ICC TV app.

In a strategic move to support the growth of the game, the ICC will be broadcasting the Men’s T20 World Cup free via the ICC.tv app live and free to over 80 territories including Continental Europe and South East Asia. This move will enable more fans in these markets to enjoy the sport whilst building icc.tv as a cricket destination. In addition to live matches there will also be ICC produced programming and highlights available to viewers.

Fans across multiple territories will now be able to enjoy the coverage of the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup in Hindi. Apart from India, the Hindi feed will be available in the UK via Sky Sports (India matches + semis and finals), Willow TV in the US and Canada (47 matches) and Prime Video in Australia (4 matches).

The event also marks the first time all official ICC Licensees will exploit clip rights through their owned and operated platforms and their social channels.

The ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2024 will be broadcast live around the world through various rights-holders listed below.

LicenseeTerritoryLinear ChannelsWebsiteApp
AmazonAustraliaN/Awww.primevideo.comPrime Video
ESPN CaribbeanCaribbean IslandsESPN Caribbean
ESPN2 Caribbean
ESPN Extra
espncricinfo.comESPN Play Caribbean
Disney StarIndia+(linear feed goes into Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Nepal, Bhutan and the Maldives)SS1(HD+SD)
SS2(HD+SD)
Select2(HD+SD)
SS1 Hindi (HD+SD)
SS3
SS First
SS1 Tamil (HD+SD)
SS1 Telugu (SD+ HD)
Maa Gold
SS1 Kannada
Suvarana Plus SD
www.hotstar.comDisney+Hotstar
E&MENACricLife Max, CricLife Max 2starzplay.com/en/sports
www.switchtv.ae
StarzON
StarzPlay
NOSNetherlandsNOSICC.tvICC.tv
Sky TV NZNew ZealandSky Sport 1
Sky Sport 2
Sky Sport 3
Sky Sport 4
www.sky.co.nz
www.skysport.co.nz
www.skygo.co.nz
www.skysportnow.co.nz
Sky Sport Now, Sky Go
PTVPakistanPTV Sports
PTV Home
PTV National
sports.ptv.com.pkMyco
Ten SportsPakistanTen Sportstamashaweb.comTamasha
ICCROWN/AICC.tvICC.tv
StarHubSingaporeHub Sports 4
Hub Sports 5
www.starhub.com/personal/store/tv.htmlStarHub
Maharaja TVSri LankaTV1
Sirasa TV
Shakti TV
www.sirasatv.lkICC.tv
SuperSportSub-Saharan AfricaSS Cricket
SS Grandstand
SS Cricket Africa
SS Action Africa
CSN
www.supersport.comSuperSport
DSTV
Sky SportsUK & Northern IrelandSky Sports Cricket
Sky Sports Main Event
Sky Sports Action
www.skysports.com
www.sky.com/watch/sky-go/windows
www.nowtv.com
Sky Sports
WillowUSA & CanadaWillow TV(USA & Canada)
Willow Xtra(USA only)
www.willow.tv
www.cricbuzz.com/cb-plus/premium-content/home
www.cricbuzz.com
Willow TV
CricBuzz

Visit https://www.icc-cricket.com/

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