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Streaming platform YuppTV has acquired rights for this year's Indian Premier League T20 cricket tournament in nearly 100 countries

The 2020 Indian Premier League T20 cricket tournament got underway on Saturday in the United Arab Emirates, after a six-month delay due to the Covid-19 pandemic

OTT operator YuppTV has acquired digital streaming rights to cricket’s Indian Premier League in a host of territories.

The Indian Premier League has released the schedule for its 2020 season in the United Arab Emirates

The Board of Control for Cricket in India has emerged victorious in an arbitration ruling over the inaugural global broadcast rights deal signed for the Indian Premier League with the World Sport Group…

Disney’s decision to refocus Star India’s Hotstar OTT platform on its domestic market paved the way for the return of Indian Premier League cricket rights in the UK to pay-television broadcaster Sky.

Pay-television broadcaster Sky Sports has acquired exclusive rights to cricket’s Indian Premier League in the UK and Ireland in a three-year deal from 2020 to 2022.

Pay-television broadcaster Star India is working on a new cricket destination within its Hotstar streaming app, as it continues preparations for the 2020 Indian Premier League season

Pay-television broadcaster Star India has so far agreed deals with nine sponsors for its coverage of this year's Indian Premier League T20 cricket season, generating Rs900 crore ($126m)

Incremental rights fee increases for cricket’s Indian Premier League and World Cup, as well as a lukewarm advertising market, have been cited as reasons for pay-television broadcaster Star India suffering a…

Media company Star India’s plans to use the Indian Premier League to develop its Hotstar OTT platform in the UK drove pay-television broadcaster Sky’s loss of the property, SportBusiness Media understands.

OTT operator YuppTV has acquired digital broadcasting rights in a range of territories for the 2019 season of the Indian Premier League Twenty20 cricket tournament

BT Sport is set to show cricket’s Indian Premier League after Sky Sports opted not to broadcast the 2019 edition of the Twenty20 tournament.

The upcoming season of the Indian Premier League will not be broadcast in Pakistan, it has been confirmed

UK pay-television broadcaster Sky confirmed on Tuesday that it will not broadcast the 2019 edition of the Indian Premier League Twenty20 cricket tournament

Pay-television broadcaster Fox Sports has renewed a rights deal in Australia for the 2019 season of the Indian Premier League Twenty20 cricket tournament