Cricket West Indies
Sports data and technology company Stats Perform has acquired the exclusive rights to collect and distribute the official statistics and fast data of Cricket West Indies, as well as distribute live video…
FanCode’s deal with Cricket West Indies for rights to all international and domestic cricket played in the Caribbean signals the increasing willingness of cricket boards to explore digital options in India, given the lack of interest among linear broadcasters.
Online streaming platform FanCode has acquired exclusive rights to broadcast the West Indies’ home cricket matches and competitions in India.
UK pay-television broadcaster BT Sport has taken advantage of Sky’s reduced appetite for international cricket board rights, securing deals with Cricket West Indies and New Zealand Cricket by committing to pay for each board’s entire available inventory.
Pay-television broadcaster Sky New Zealand has agreed a ‘long-term’ media rights deal with Cricket West Indies for all West Indies home matches played in the Caribbean.
Cricket West Indies has announced its third new broadcast rights deal in the space of a month after signing a four-year contract in sub-Saharan Africa with pay-television broadcaster SuperSport
UK pay-television broadcaster BT Sport has signed a five-year deal for exclusive rights to all of the West Indies cricket team’s home matches, along with an agreement to show all men’s and women’s domes…
ESPN+ has expanded its cricket coverage by striking a five-year agreement with Cricket West Indies for exclusive media and digital rights in the United States to all West Indies international home matches a…
Six second-tier cricket boards are facing difficult market conditions as they attempt to sell their global rights, with existing problems exacerbated by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Pay-television broadcaster Sky has acquired rights in the UK, Ireland and mainland Europe to this month’s West Indies v Ireland one-day and Twenty20 cricket series.
Cricket West Indies has appointed independent production company Whisper Films as host broadcaster for the West Indies v Ireland series in January.
UK pay-television broadcaster Sky has reached a deal to show the final two matches of the England national cricket team’s tour of the West Indies, according to the Press Association news agency.