The first game of IPL 2023 will be between Chennai Super Kings and Gujarat Titans. It will happen on March 31st. Here, we take a look at the streaming and TV broadcast details of IPL 2023 in New Zealand and South Africa.
IPL is a competitive league and this time, there is a strong buzz surrounding it. Yes, almost every team is having an injury issue but this is what changes the dynamics of the competition and makes it more interesting. For the fans, they will expect a lot of close encounters for the next two months.
Which TV Channel will telecast IPL 2023 in New Zealand?
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Sky Sport NZ is the main option for viewers in New Zealand. The fans will have to check the listings to find out if there are any other options available in the nation. The Kiwis have a strong influence in IPL, too. Some of the major names include Kane Williamson, Tim Southee, Michael Bracewell, Trent Boult and Finn Allen. It needs to be seen how they would perform in IPL 2023.
Which TV Channel will telecast IPL 2023 in South Africa?
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SuperSport will be the option for fans in South Africa. In other neighbouring regions such as Zimbabwe and Namibia, too, SuperSport will be the option. The Proteas have given some performers to the IPL in the past. This time around, there would be two south African captains, namely – Faf du Plessis (RCB) and Aiden Markram (SRH). Some other popular South Africans who will play in IPL 2023 are David Miller, Quinton de Kock, Marco Jansen and Kagiso Rabada amongst others.
When will the IPL 2023 on TV or OTT start in New Zealand and South Africa?
In South Africa, the matches will start at 4 PM and 12 PM. Whereas in New Zealand, the games will begin at 3 AM and 11 PM. The tournament will start on March 31st.