To deliver world cup cricket to fans all over the world, the ICC announced the broadcast and digital distribution scheme on Tuesday, under which the tournament will be broadcast in Afghanistan for the first time.
Under this scheme, to ensure the reach of cricket to ICC fans, in addition to television, radio and digital media, news, cinema, fan park and various other media partners are announced.
ICC has ensured the broadcast of the Male Cricket World Cup 2019 in addition to the global broadcast partner Star Sports in more than 200 countries with 25 partners.
This tournament will be broadcast in seven regional languages in India for which Star Sports has created the team of best commentators in the world. It contains about 50 commentators.
Star Sports will broadcast the World Cup in Hindi, Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Bangla and Marathi in India. These 12 matches will also be broadcast in Malayalam via Asianet Plus.
This will be the first time that the Cricket World Cup will be in vogue in Afghanistan. The country’s public broadcaster Radio Television Afghanistan will broadcast it. About 30 million viewers in India and the Indian subcontinent will be able to see World Cup matches on Star Sports’s digital streaming platform Hotstar.