The Asia Cup 2023 has kicked off with an exciting opener between Pakistan and Nepal, marking the first time these two teams have faced each other in any format. The tournament is being viewed as a significant opportunity for all participating teams to test their preparations ahead of the ODI World Cup, given that it is being played under the 50-over format. This format will challenge the bowlers who are accustomed to delivering four overs in a T20 match, as they will now have to bowl 10 overs.
Cricket enthusiasts in Pakistan have the opportunity to watch the match live at the Multan stadium. However, for those unable to attend in person, the match is being broadcast on PTV Sports and TEN Sports channels. Additionally, Tamasha, a mobile application, is providing live streaming services to its customers, following a deal with Ten Sports.
In India, cricket fans can catch the action on Star Sports, with live stream coverage available on the Disney+Hotstar platform. The event is also being broadcast on various regional Star Sports channels including Star Sports 1 Hindi, Star Sports 1 Tamil SD + HD, Star Sports 1 Telugu SD+HD, and Star Sports 1 Kannada.
For viewers in Bangladesh, the Asia Cup 2023 matches are being aired by Gazi TV, with live streaming options also available. In the UK, TNT Sport 1 is broadcasting the event and providing live stream services on its app. Australian cricket fans can tune into Fox Sports for the live broadcast, or use the FOXTel app for live streaming.
This year’s Asia Cup promises to be a thrilling spectacle, offering cricket fans around the world a chance to witness some of the best teams in action. With multiple platforms offering live streaming, fans won’t miss a moment of the action.