SA20 Player Auction: When And Where To Watch, Live Streaming And TV Broadcast Details

Thanks to the involvement of stakeholders of the IPL, the SA20 League has gained a lot of prominences. For the first edition, the player auctions would be held on September 19th. Here, we take a look at the TV broadcast and the live streaming details of the SA20 Player Auction.

All teams have already made their pre-auction picks. Top South African cricketers such as Kagiso Rabada, Anrich Nortje, Aiden Markram, and David Miller have already been signed by teams. Marquee overseas picks like Jos Buttler, Liam Livingstone and Rashid Khan have also found their franchises. The auction will include some established domestic stars like Rassie van der Dussen going under the hammer. Hence, it will be an interesting event.

Which TV Channel will telecast the SA20 Player Auction in India?


So far, there is no official confirmation on the OTT platform or the TV channel that will bring the SA20 Player Auction to India. That said, fans in India already have an option to view the proceedings. They can follow the action on the official website of the tournament and can also watch on SA20’s official YouTube Channel.

Meanwhile, we can expect an intense war for the media and digital rights of SA20 in India. This is mainly because of the involvement of the Indian owners.

Which TV Channel will telecast the SA20 Player Auction in South Africa?

SuperSport holds the rights for events in South Africa. The network will offer both the TV telecast and live streaming services of the competition.


Media and Digital rights are vital to a league’s survival. SA20 must crack it big here to stay relevant in the competitive race.

When will SA20 Player Auction start?

In South Africa, the event will start at 2:00 PM on September 19th. The auction will happen at the Cape Town International Convention Centre. In India, the fans can start viewing the proceedings from 5:30 PM.


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