The Pakistan Cricket Board will receive a healthy rights fee for domestic rights to the upcoming New Zealand series in a deal with ARY, though is struggling to strike long-term agreements internationally.

Despite systemic weakness in the Pakistani economy, and chronic instability at the Pakistan Cricket Board, the Pakistan Super League T20 competition is on a sustainable path after securing strong increases in domestic media rights fees for the next two seasons.  

Media group ARY, which owns pay-television broadcaster A Sports, has secured exclusive linear rights to the Pakistan Super League in 2024 and 2025 after outbidding its rivals at an auction and agreeing…

Ary, the pay-television broadcaster in Pakistan, has acquired media rights in the country to the inaugural edition of the US-based Major League Cricket tournament

The new South African domestic T20 league, SA20, has secured a promising media rights return in its inaugural season, driven mostly by deals in its domestic market and in India.

Media group ARY agreed a high entry price to acquire exclusive domestic streaming rights in Pakistan to the national cricket team’s matches against the West Indies in June and against England this autumn.

Media group ARY has moved further into the sports broadcasting landscape in Pakistan, paying an increased fee to secure exclusive linear and digital rights to the 2022 Fifa World Cup.

Pay-television operator ARY has sublicensed media rights in Pakistan for the forthcoming Fifa World Cup

Pay-television broadcaster ARY has acquired live streaming rights in Pakistan to the national cricket team's forthcoming one-day international series against the West Indies and T20 series against England

The Pakistan Super League has secured an increase in its media rights fees for its seventh and eighth editions, despite challenging economic conditions in Pakistan.

Pakistan Television and ARY’s long-term deals for rights in Pakistan to International Cricket Council events has produced a good result for global rights-holder Star India, which avoided a fall in value despite the depreciation of the Pakistani rupee.

State broadcaster Pakistan Television and pay-television broadcaster ARY have secured exclusive domestic media rights to International Cricket Council events until 2023