ICC T20 World Cup 2022 is set to take place in Australia this October/November in what is billed as the biggest T20 Tournament yet. ICC has signed extensive TV rights and online streaming deals across the world which means this world cup will be available in over 100 territories across the world. We guide you through how you can watch the upcoming tournament live on TV and online from anywhere in the world.
ICC T20 World Cup 2021 TV Coverage & Online Streaming Details:
ICC has adopted modern world cup coverage setup where they have obliged every TV network who buy the rights for T20 World Cup to broadcast matches both via traditional TV and online streaming platforms. That will ensure better then ever coverage for the tournament on all possible devices in tune with the changing ways how people watch sports events.
StarSports India is the principle broadcaster of ICC world cups and they will be producing the live feed which will then be distributed to TV networks around the world who can use their own branding to broadcast in their part of the world.
We discuss below every participating country and how residents of those countries can watch the world cup.
StarSports are the principle broadcasting rights holders in India and they will be broadcasting the tournament live on their StarSports channels as well as their online platform called “HotStar”.
StarSports & HotStar coverage is also available in countries like Nepal, Maldives, Bhutan.
FoxSports has the exclusive rights for T20 World Cup in Australia. They will be producing live action both via their TV channels as well as their online platforms like Foxtel GO, Foxtel Now, Kayo Sports Apps
FoxSports is a subscription based channels and Australian residents have to fork out $29 AUD a month to get live coverage.
United Kingdom (England, Wales, Scotland & Ireland)
SkySports is the official broadcaster of all major cricket events in United Kingdon. That includes Wales, England, Scotland and Norther Ireland. SkySports is available both on TV and via online platform such as NowTV etc.
SkySports is a subscription based channel which means UK residents will have to spend atleast 30 GBP a month to get T20 World Cup coverage.
South Africa & Other African Countries.
SuperSports has exclusive rights of T20 World Cup in almost all countries in Africa. SuperSports is available via tv subscription or online platform called “ShowMax”
YuppTV is online streaming platform available in almost entire mainland Europe. YuppTV has the rights for T20 World Cup in all around Europe. Viewers from Europe can buy monthly subscription of $8 euros a month to get live coverage from anywhere in Europe.
United States (& North American countries)
WillowTV has TV and online streaming rights in the US and all north American countries. Puerto Rico, Guam, American Samoa, Northern Marianas, Baker Island, Bajo Nuevo Bank, Howland Island, Jarvis Island, Johnston Atoll
|Country||TV Channel||Coverage Details|
|United Kingdom||SKY Sports||TV & Online|
|Australia||Fox Sports||TV & Online|
|New Zealand||Sky NZ||TV & Online|
|United States||Willow TV||TV & Online|
|North America||Willow TV||TV & Online|
|Caribbeans||ESPN||TV & Online|
|European Countries||YuppTV & ICC official Facebook Page||Online|
|Middle-East||beIN Sports||TV & Online|
|South Africa||SuperSports||TV & Online|
|African Countries||SuperSports & beIN SPorts||TV & Online|
|India||StarSports & HotStar App||TV & Online|
|Sub-Continent Countries||StarSports & HotStar App||TV & Online|
|Pakistan||PTV Sports & TEN Sports||TV|
|Bangladesh||Gazi TV & BTV||TV|
|Hong Kong||Star Cricket||TV|