YuppTV acquires broadcasting rights for IPL 2021 close to 100 countries

YuppTV bags the rights for Continental Europe, Australia, Sri Lanka, South East Asia, Central and South America, Central Asia, Nepal, Bhutan, and the Maldives.

YuppTV acquires broadcasting rights for IPL 2021 close to 100 countries
YuppTV acquires broadcasting rights for IPL 2021 close to 100 countries
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YuppTV, an OTT platform for South-Asian has acquired the digital broadcasting rights for the 14th edition of the Indian Premeir League (IPL 2021) in close to 100 countries. With this development, YuppTV will help cricket fans across the globe to witness and enjoy all the live action of the 60 T20 matches slated for the IPL 2021.

After shifting to the UAE in 2020 owing to the nationwide lockdown, IPL is now back in India. YuppTV will be airing all the excitement from the IPL 2021 from 9th April to 30th May 2021. The venues for the event include Chennai, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Delhi, Bangalore, and Kolkata. To add to it, the playoff matches and final are scheduled to take place at The Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad which is now the world’s largest cricket stadium.

Leveraging this opportunity, YuppTV is bringing the highly engaging and anticipated action to close to 100 countries across territories – Continental Europe, Australia, Sri Lanka, South East Asia (except Singapore and Malaysia), Central and South America, Central Asia, Nepal, Bhutan, and the Maldives.

Commenting on the association, Mr Uday Reddy, Founder & CEO of YuppTV, said, “Cricket has been a craze around the world and the IPL has always been a highly anticipated and powerful property for fans across the globe. With the VIVO IPL now back in India, we are sure that fans are going to revel in the on-ground experience. YuppTV is committed to the growth of sports in the country and will continue to be driven by the power of cricket. Our users can enjoy their favourite sporting event in real-time from the convenience of their homes.”