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ICC.tv teams up with Cricket Australia to broadcast Australia’s international summer of cricket

All content will be available in countries such as Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, Japan, China, Germany, Netherlands, among others.

The International Cricket Council (ICC) has teamed up with Cricket Australia to broadcast the upcoming Australian summer of cricket into some of the emerging cricket markets including Europe and Southeast Asia.

The partnership starts with the highly anticipated rematch between the finalists of the last year’s ICC T20 Women’s World Cup, India and Australia. 

ICC.tv will be broadcasting the multi-format series between Australia and India from 21st September to 12th October.

It will then also further include all the other matches in the international 2021-22 cricketing calendar of Australia which includes both the men’s and women’s Ashes, as well as men’s white-ball tours.

Commenting on the partnership, ICC Head of Digital Finn Bradshaw said, “Through this unique partnership with Cricket Australia we will bring competitive and quality cricket to the cricket starved markets of Southeast Asia and Europe, as well as other regions that do not currently have a broadcast partner. This confirms our commitment to grow consumption of cricket and make it accessible to the world.”  

Nikki Linney, Cricket Australia’s Head of Media Rights, said, “We’re incredibly excited to work with the ICC to continue to grow cricket, and bring our distinctive Aussie flavour of cricket to more fans around the world. There will be some excited Australian and English expats living or even holidaying in these countries who’ll now be able to easily access what promises to be a massive home summer with the men’s and women’s Ashes. 

We know that in countries like Germany, Hong Kong and Japan there is already a significant cricket fanbase and we are hoping to see this in neighbouring countries too.”

As per the partnership, the India series and the women’s Ashes will be free for all users to stream on ICC.tv while the men’s content will be available on a pay-per-view basis. 

All content will be available in countries such as Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, Japan, China, Germany, Netherlands, among others. 

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