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Sony Pictures Networks India (SPNI) has acquired the South Asian and Middle East broadcast rights for the next three seasons of nascent 10-over cricket tournament the T10 League.

T10 CL 11 Dec 2017The International Cricket Council (ICC)- sanctioned tournament will be shown live on Sony ESPN and Sony ESPN HD channels in India, Ten Sports in Pakistan, and on Ten Cricket in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA). It will also be streamed live on SPNI’s digital platform SonyLIV.

“We are delighted to have Sony Pictures Networks as our broadcast partners for Indian Sub-continent and Middle East & North Africa from 2018 edition for three years. This allows us to take the league to a much-wider audience across the region and help us promote the format and grow year-on-year,” said T10 League chairman Shaji Ul Mulk.

SPNI chief revenue officer, distribution and head – sports business Rajesh Kaul added: “We are committed to providing an unparalleled sports viewing experience to sports fans in India. The T10 League has already captured the interest of viewers because of its fast-paced format. The second edition has an impressive line-up of players from across the word which is sure to engage viewers who are looking for the best in sports entertainment”.

The T10 League, which made its debut in December 2017, will next be played over 12 days from 21 November to 2 December 2018.

West Indies’ batsman Chris Gayle will join defending champions Kerala Kings for the second season. Afghanistan spin bowler Rashid Khan, Pakistan’s Shahid Afridi and Shoaib Malik, England’s Eoin Morgan, New Zealand’s Brendon McCullum, West Indies’ Sunil Narine and Darren Sammy and Australia’s Shane Watson are some of the other top names set to play in the fast-paced league.