Bags from Star Sports Cricket Australia has secured media rights for the upcoming four-year cycle. Cricket Australia’s media rights are currently held by Sony.
For the next four years, Star Sports has regained control of Cricket Australia’s (CA) media rights. The contract, which includes a clause to extend the arrangement for an additional four years. Said to have been signed by the parties. Sony currently holds the cricket rights for Australia.
The Star Group recently paid a whopping 23,575 crores for the media rights to the Indian Premier League for the 2023-27 cycle. Package A, which includes television rights to the tournament for five years. Purchased by Star Sports for the aforementioned price. The Star India group has now grown to include the rights to broadcast Cricket Australia games.
According to Cricbuzz, the agreement for both TV and digital rights will go into effect with the upcoming season. But a CA spokesman declined to comment, saying. “Nothing we can say on the record on that at the moment.” I’ll notify you if that changes.”
Star will broadcast the World Cup 2023 and major WTC fixtures.
Star will broadcast all India games played in Australia, the Ashes series. The Big Bash League beginning with the upcoming season. It will also broadcast all of India’s home matches, the T20 World Cup 2022. The ODI World Cup 2023, international matches from Australia and South Africa, The Ashes, the Indian Premier League (IPL), and both men’s and women’s Big Bash League (BBL).
The World Test Championship cycle 2023-25 includes three home series for Australia, one each against India, the West Indies, and Pakistan. India’s home matches, on the other hand, will be against New Zealand, England, and Bangladesh. With South African rights, Star will also broadcast the country’s WTC home games against India, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka.
Meanwhile, the Men’s Big Bash League will begin in December this year, while the Women’s Big Bash League will begin in October, clashing with the Men’s T20 World Cup 2022.