Asia Cup 2023 will be an important event for the Asian nations before the 2023 ODI World Cup. It will be a good platform for teams to test their combinations and make their preparations strong for the main event. Sri Lanka is the defending champion but this time around, Pakistan and India will be expected to clash in the finals. On that note, here, we take a look at the streaming and TV broadcast details of the upcoming Asia Cup 2023 in various nations.
Streaming and TV broadcast details of Asia Cup 2023
Asia Cup 2023 will be followed extensively across the globe, especially in Asian countries. There is a possibility of three India vs Pakistan matches happening. Hence, we can expect many Asian viewers from across the globe, especially in Australia, the UK and the USA to also follow the event. Of course, this game will attract some of the neutral viewers, as well. On that note, here is the list of options on how to watch the Asia Cup across the globe in popular regions:
- India: TV Broadcast on Star Sports and Live Streaming on Disney+Hotstar
- Australia: TV Broadcast and Live Streaming on FOX Sports
- UK: TV Broadcast and Live Streaming on Sky Sports
- USA: TV Broadcast on Willow TV and Live Streaming on Willow TV
- Canada: TV Broadcast on Willow TV and Live Streaming on Willow TV
- Pakistan: TV Broadcast and Live Streaming on PTV Sports and Ten Sports
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When to watch Asia Cup 2023 on TV and OTT?
The Asia Cup 2023 will begin on August 30th. The first match of the tournament will be between Pakistan and Nepal. In India, the games will begin at 1 PM, 1:30 PM, 2 PM and 3:30 PM. In Pakistan, the games will begin with a 30-minute delay compared to India while in the UK, the matches will happen at a delay of 5 hours 30 minutes behind India.
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