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Watch Asia Cup 2018 Live Streaming and TV Channels

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Watch Asia Cup 2018 Live TV Channels & Live Streaming

The biggest event in cricket for subcontinent will feature India, Afghanistan, Nepal, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Maldives, and Bhutan and start sports will broadcast live coverage of ACC Asia Cup 2018 in all the above mentioned countries. Live streaming of all matches will be broadcasted by Hotstar digital platform (Website, App).

Asia Cup 2018 Live Streaming

For South Africa, SuperSport will telecast live coverage of Asia Cup 2018 Live Streaming. SuperSport digital platform (website, App) will cover all the matches live, streaming from their platform. For Middle East and North Africa, OSN Sports Cricket HD will have TV rights to provide live coverage.

Willow TV will cover the event for viewers in the United States where as Sky Sports cricket will broadcast ACC Asia Cup 2018 for viewers in the United Kingdom.

Bangladesh Cricket fans would be able to watch live matches through Gazi TV (GTV). Officially known as GTV, the broadcaster provides Bengali language digital cable TV.

Being the largest network in India DD National (DD1) is going to broadcast India’s matches live. It is the largest terrestrial network in the world as it covers 92% of population in India and almost 81% area.

Here is the list of TV CHANNELS broadcasting the mega event in different parts of the world.

India & Subcontinent   Star Sports, DD National (DD1), DD Sports

UK          Sky Sports Cricket

Australia              Fox Sports

South Africa        SuperSport

Canada                 ATN Cricket Plus (Asian Television Network)

USA       Willow TV

Malaysia              Astro Cricket HD

MENA                    OSN Sports Cricket HD

Singapore            Star Cricket

Asia Cup 2018 Live Streaming

 

For LIVE STREAMING on digital platforms:

Hotstar

Now TV

SuperSport Live

Willow TV Online

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