Full list of broadcasters released ahead of IPL 2023 for foreign audiences

Indian Premier League

With the 16th edition of the IPL just one day away, fans in all corners of the globe are excited to witness the new season.

Moreover, the first game of the season is going to be between defending champions Gujarat Titans and Chennai Super Kings.

Additionally, Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad is going to host the opening game between these two sides.

As per reports, the excitement for this season is just like the previous 15 seasons but what makes it even more exciting is the fact that many players will not be playing in the first week.

This is because some have injuries while others will join their respective squads after finishing off their national duties.

On the other hand, Gujarat and Chennai will look to open their accounts on a positive note by claiming an early win.

While this is an easy task for Gujarat, Chennai will look to have a better campaign after its horrible 2022 one.

Apart from Ahmedabad, this is also Lucknow’s and Guwahati’s first-ever IPL that has returned to its original format after a long gap of four years.

Meanwhile, fans in India will be able to watch these games live in the stadiums, some aren’t so lucky to do so and will be watching the IPL from their couches.

A majority of the population will witness this action live on their TV screens. In India, the official broadcaster on TV is going to be Star Network while the digital rights have been given to JioCinema for the IPL.

Let’s now take a look at how the IPL can be viewed in other countries as well.

List of channels that will broadcast the IPL 2023 overseas

United Kingdom: Sky Sports Cricket, Sky Sports Main Event

United States: Willow TV

Australia: Fox Sports

South Africa: SuperSport

New Zealand: Sky Sport

Pakistan: Yupp TV

Middle East: Times Internet

Caribbean: Flow Sports (Flow Sports 2)

Canada: Willow TV

Bangladesh: Gazi TV

Afghanistan: Ariana Television Network

Nepal: Star Sports, Yupp TV

Sri Lanka: Star Sports, Yupp TV

Maldives: Star Sports, Yupp TV

Singapore: Star Hub

Where to stream the tournament online?

The list of online streaming services has also been released ahead of the 16th edition of the IPL. These include Yupp TV, JioCinema, Foxtel, and Star Hub.

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