Where to watch IPL 2020 Live Streaming on Mobile, PC, Radio and TV

After India vs South Africa series its time for Indian Premier League 2020 edition (IPL 2020). The BCCI’s multi-million tournament is set to kick start from March 29 and it will end on May 24. The BCCI has already released IPL 2020 schedule and all venues are being prepared to host matches during this 57-day long tournament. Still, there is always confusion about such sporting events regarding how to and where to watch Vivio IPL 2020 live streaming online? Which channels broadcast Vivo IPL 2020 in your country? Well, in this article we will answer all your doubts related to IPL 2020 live cricket streaming one by one. Let’s get started.

What are IPL Broadcasting Rights?

Indian cricketing board BCCI from time to time auctions license to broadcast IPL live matches on TV, Internet, Radio across the world. Interested service providers submit their bid. The one with the best technology and highest bid are given broadcasting rights. In 2017, 13 bidders came forward including Star India, SPN (India), beIN (Qatar), the UK based Perform Group, Follow On, Yupp TV, OSN, Facebook, Airtel, Econet, Reliance Jio, SuperSport and Times Internet. Out of all these bidders, Star Network won the tender.

How to watch IPL 2020 in India

In India, you can watch IPL 2020 on TV, Mobile and Web. Star Sports Network broadcasts it live across the three platforms (TV, Mobile, and Website) in different languages.

IPL 2020 Broadcasting Rights

TV Channels

Australia: Fox Sports

Afghanistan: Radio Television Afghanistan (RTA)

Bangladesh: Channel 9, Gazi TV (GTV)

Brunei: Astro

Canada: Willow TV, Hotstar Canada

Caribbean: Flow Sports (Flow Sports 2)

Hong Kong: PCCW

India: Star Sports, Star Gold, DD Sports

MENA Countries: beIN Sports

Malaysia: Astro

New Zealand: Sky Sports NZ

Pakistan: Geo Super

South Africa: SuperSport

Sri Lanka: SLRC (Channel Eye)

United Kingdom: Sky Sports Cricket

United States: Willow TV

Live Streaming

Hotstar, beIN CONNECT, Yupp TV, Foxtel


Cricket Radio, 89.1 Radio 4 FM, Gold 101.3 FM, Talksport

Source: Wikipedia

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