03 December, 2021
After the tremendous success of the first season of the Lanka Premier League last year, the tournament is set to attain an even wider audience for its second season with broadcasters acquiring rights to telecast the tournament in their respective countries.
The cricket-crazy fans of India will have an opportunity to witness the biggest cricketing stars in action on SONY SIX & SONY TEN 2 channels and the OTT platform SonyLIV. Meanwhile, Pakistan’s first HD sports channel, A-Sports will broadcast the second season of Lanka Premier League in Pakistan.
The cricket enthusiasts in Australia can catch their favourite stars hit the ball out of the park on beIN SPORTS, available within Fox Sports and Kayo Sports packages and the fans in the United Kingdom can watch the international stars on British free-to-air sports television channel – FreeSports. USA and Canada, which has seen a rise in cricket fandom in the last year, can follow the exciting and explosive Lanka Premier League on Willow TV. Meanwhile, the passionate fans in Bangladesh can cheer for their favourite teams on T Sports. And last but not the least, the home fans can catch their own Sri Lankan cricketing stars on Supreme TV. And Daraz, through their e-commerce platform www.daraz.lk, have acquired digital rights and will stream the matches live for fans shopping on the platform.
The Lanka Premier League is all in readiness to be a cricket lover’s delight and the competition has caught the imagination of fans from around the globe. Each of the broadcasters will play a huge role in bringing exciting cricket from Sri Lanka to every corner of the world.
An explosive line-up of international stars along with a host of talented Sri Lankan players will be seen in action in the Lanka Premier League, which will be held from 05th December 2021 to 23rd December 2021.
Anil Mohan – Founder and CEO of Dubai-based production giant IPG, the official promoter of LPL commented “We are very pleased to see the way the Lanka Premier League has grown in the last two years. The tournament has attracted the biggest players from around the world and now the biggest broadcasters are also showing their interest and excitement around the competition. Sri Lanka has always been proud of its cricketing heritage and passion and we cannot be happier about it being taken to all parts of the world through some of the renowned broadcasters in the business.”
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