In this development, Star Sports will be providing comprehensive and exclusive coverage of the competition in India, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal, Maldives, and MENA region including the UAE. LPL 2023 will kick off on July 30 and go until August 21.
Anil Mohan Sankhdhar, Founder and CEO, IPG Group, said, “With committed stakeholders like Star Sports, we are very excited to bring the global cricketing audience an opportunity to not only witness an extremely competitive and captivating brand of T20 cricket but also dish out unmatched non-live cricketing content for fans across India, Sri Lanka, the subcontinent and MENA region.”
Star Sports spokesperson, said, “The league has witnessed thrilling action and a great fan base across the subcontinent and MENA region. With the association, the upcoming season will be able to reach a wider audience.”
The 2023 edition of the T20 competition will see players like David Miller, Babar Azam, Shakib Al Hasan along with the Sri Lankan players, Angelo Mathews, Wanindu Hasaranga and Dasun Shanaka and many more. The fourth reiteration of LPL will be conducted across two venues – Kandy and Colombo.
Prior to this season, Sony Pictures Networks India (SPNI) provided coverage of the competition.