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This year’s Indian Premier League (IPL) T20 cricket tournament will be broadcast around the world from 5 April, with organisers claiming more live games would be available to international viewers.

IPL 2017 2 broadcasters logosThe 60 cricket matches, to be played in 10 venues over 47 days, will be available live across a range of broadcast and streaming platforms around the world.

In the Indian subcontinent, VIVO IPL 2017 will be broadcast once again by Sony Pictures Network (SPN) India. Matches will also be streamed in India on Hotstar – with a five minute delay for both mobile and internet services. ESPN and Willow TV will carry the action in the USA and its territories, while Super Sport will air games to viewers in South Africa and sub Saharan Africa.

Sky Sports holds the content rights for this year’s IPL In the UK, Republic of Ireland, Isle of Man and Channel Islands, while OSN will offer IPL action to its subscribers across the Middle East and North Africa (MENA).

Flow TV and Sportsmax hold the rights for the Caribbean, and Sky NZ will show IPL in New Zealand. Cricket fans in Singapore can catch the action on Singtel, Starhub, and Elevan Sports, while Astro will offer matches on its Malaysian TV platform. Now TV will carry IPL programming in Hong Kong, in Afghanistan it will air on Lemar TV, and on Bong BD in Bangladesh. Viewers can also watch IPL 2017 online across Asia, Australia, South America and Canada via Cricketgateway.com.