Kabaddi is a traditional sport and thanks to the Pro Kabaddi League, the sport has increased its popularity in the country. There are now viewers from other nations who also tune in to watch the sport. The ninth edition of PKL is set to start soon. Here, we take a look at the TV broadcast and the live streaming details of Pro Kabaddi League Season 9.
A few weeks ago, the auction for the forthcoming season was held. There were some major changes in the outlook of the squads. Teams had already started preparing for the event and on October 7th, the first day of PKL 9 would happen with three games on the opening day.
Which TV Channel will telecast the Pro Kabaddi League Season 9 in India?
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Pro Kabaddi League banked on high-octane action and short game duration to draw in viewers. In the last eight seasons, the organizers have been extremely successful in increasing and retaining the fanbase for the sport. One of the main reasons is the brilliant broadcast by the Star Sports Network. The media giant will continue its services for the tournament.
Hence, on Star Sports TV Channels, fans can watch the league. The service will also be available in various regional languages such as Tamil and Telugu.
Which OTT Platform will live stream the Pro Kabaddi League Season 9 in India?
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Since the Star Sports Network has the rights, Disney+Hotstar will be the OTT platform that will live stream the action on the Kabaddi mat from October 7th.
In addition to Disney+Hotstar, it has been reported that even Jio TV will live streaming the ninth edition of the Pro Kabaddi League.
When will PKL 9 start?
The PKL 9 will start on October 7th. The tournament will be held across three legs in Bengaluru, Pune and Hyderabad. Bengaluru would host the first leg. The games would usually start at 7:30 PM and a maximum of three matches can be held in one day. However, most of the days, it would be double-headers.