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ICC to stream PSL in selective regions via ICC.tv

The PSL will be aired live where the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) does not have any broadcast agreements currently.

The International Cricket Council (ICC) will stream the upcoming edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) in selected international markets via its streaming platform, ICC.tv.

The PSL will be aired live where the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) does not have any broadcast agreements currently. This includes several Asian, European, and South American regions. The cost of accessing live and on-demand coverage of the entire T20 tournament will be $4.99 (€4.42).

ICC.tv made its debut last June during the World Test Championship (WTC) final, streaming the game for free in markets where the ICC does not have existing broadcast arrangements.

The service, which is backed by the technology partner, Endeavor Streaming, is available online, on mobile apps (for Apple and Android devices), and via Samsung and LG television apps.

ICC.tv decided in September to stream the Australian international matches, including the men’s and women’s Ashes series, in parts of Europe and Southeast Asia. The platform has also been used by the ICC to broadcast associate member competitions as well as the ongoing Under-19 World Cup.

In India, the PSL will be available on the Sony Sports Network. The league will also be streamed live on Sony’s OTT platform, Sony LIV.

For the next two editions of the PSL, the league has extended its partnership with the global media platform, TikTok. Along with this, the Pakistan T20 domestic league has also extended its contract with the solar energy company, Inverex.

The seventh season of the PSL will kick off on Thursday. The first 15 matches will be held in Karachi, with the remainder of the tournament will take place in Lahore.

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