Pakistan Super League

The Blitz agency, domestic broadcast rights-holder of the Pakistan Super League, has taken legal action against the Pakistan Cricket Board over rights payments for the suspended 2020 season of the Twenty20…

A number of Sri Lanka’s national team cricketers will return to action next week in the 12-day-long PDC T10 league tournament.

India-based agency ITW has apologised to the Pakistan Cricket Board for a mix-up that saw Pakistan Super League cricket matches streamed on UK betting website Bet365 against the board's wishes

New Indian sports application SportsTiger acquired live streaming rights for the 2020 Pakistan Super League cricket tournament

The Pakistan Cricket Board has appointed the consortium of Tower Sports and SportzWorkz to handle broadcast production for the 2020 Pakistan Super League, the first edition of the Twenty20 competition…

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has filed a claim for damages against the IMG-Reliance agency after the Indian company pulled out of a production agreement for the Pakistan Super League Twenty20 competition…

The Pakistan Cricket Board has named the Blitz and Trans Group consortium as the new live production partner of this year’s Pakistan Super League after the IMG-Reliance agency withdrew from its deal f…

The Pakistan Cricket Board has said it is close to securing a new production partner for its Pakistan Super League after the IMG-Reliance agency yesterday (Sunday) withdrew from its deal for the Twenty20…

The Alliance Advertising & Marketing agency has stepped up its association with the Pakistan Super League by acquiring exclusive UK broadcast rights to the Twenty20 cricket competition

Global Sports Commerce has solidified its influence in the world of T20 cricket, retaining global media rights to the Pakistan Super League alongside its consortium partner Blitz Advertising

The Pakistan Super League Twenty20 cricket competition has confirmed that it has agreed production and broadcast deals with the IMG-Reliance agency and technology solutions firm Techfront

The Pakistan Cricket Board has received lower-than-expected bids for rights to the next three editions of the Pakistan Super League Twenty20 tournament