England and New Zealand to Kick Off the Largest ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup
The forthcoming ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup, the most extensive in history, will commence with a thrilling rematch of the 2019 final. Defending champions England will face New Zealand, and for the first time, there will be more platforms to watch every ball than ever before.
Disney Star to Broadcast All Matches Globally
Disney Star, the ICC’s global broadcast partner, along with its licensees, will air all 48 matches live worldwide, including the Cricket World Cup Final on November 19.
Star Sports Network: The Go-to Channel for Indian Fans
Indian fans will be able to follow their home team’s quest for their first trophy since 2011 on Star Sports Network. The network will broadcast the tournament in English, Hindi, Tamil, and Telugu. Additionally, the digital platform Disney+ Hotstar will live stream each match.
Innovative Vertical Feed Coverage for Indian Fans
Indian cricket enthusiasts will also benefit from a unique vertical feed coverage. This innovative approach, produced by ICC TV and supported by Disney Star, will offer an easier and more intuitive mobile phone viewing experience for all 48 matches, allowing fans to consume more content on the move.
UK Fans to Enjoy Live Coverage and Free-to-Air Highlights
Cricket aficionados in the UK can watch the defending champions England live on Sky Sports Cricket, Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Mix, Sky Showcase, and digitally via the SkyGO and Sky Sports App. For the first time, primetime, free-to-air highlights will also be available on Channel 5 and the My5 App.
US and South African Broadcast Details
US fans can tune into WillowTV for live coverage, with additional coverage available via the ESPN+ app. Meanwhile, South African fans and those in the 52 Sub-Saharan Africa territories can watch the action on SuperSport and its app.
Australian and New Zealand Broadcast Information
Australian fans can follow the action on Fox Sports and Kayo, with select matches also available on Channel Nine and 9Now. For New Zealand fans, Sky Sport NZ will broadcast the Black Caps’ Cricket World Cup matches.
Live Streaming in the UAE and MENA Region
In the UAE and the entire MENA region, all matches will be streamed live on STARZPLAY, with broadcast coverage also available on CricLife MAX in the UAE.
Additional Territories to Broadcast Live Coverage
An additional fifteen territories are also slated to broadcast live coverage from the Cricket World Cup 2023, making it the most accessible tournament to date.