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Channel after channel and OTT for watching cricket on TV and mobile are on the rise. Disney had Star and Sony for so long. They are still there. The game can be seen on various Star Sports TV channels. Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma can also be seen on different Sony channels. Hotstar and Sony Live app are required to watch cricket on mobile. Bhoot will have to watch IPL next year. This time, G has been added to the list to show the game. From 2024 to 2027, G will see the ICC boys cricket competition.

Disney Star has purchased the 2023-2027 broadcast rights from ICC. They have also given GK the broadcast rights to show the boys ICC cricket competition and the U-19 World Cup from 2024 to 2027. This means the T20 World Cup (2024 and 2026), Champions Trophy 2025 and the One Day World Cup 2027 must be available on television. It has not yet been announced by Zee which channels will broadcast the games.

Disney Star holds the rights to show international and domestic cricket in India. They are also responsible for airing Indian series in Australia from 2023. It also has rights to show IPL on TV. However, to watch IPL on mobile, you must have Bhoot. Sony will show Indian series in England. If you want to get all sports channels except HD channels, it will cost you Rs. 143.96. Sports18 channel price is not included in this listing. It is reported that the price of this channel can be 8 rupees. This channel is not yet available everywhere.

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With G coming to this list this time, the pockets of cricket fans will be a bit more empty. Channels like Star, Sony, Sports18 would be around for so long. GO will be required from 2024. Punit Goenka, Managing Director and CEO of Zee, said: “This is a first agreement. You want to take the Indian sports business to new heights. We want to offer the public a different experience until 2027.”

Last week, Star bought the broadcast rights from ICC. Disney Star Chairman said, “Star has been broadcasting cricket in India for many years. We have brought cricket to people of all ages across India. As India’s best broadcaster, we will continue to bring cricket to the people. Both on TV and digitally.

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