The OTT streaming platform will be broadcasting the cricket competition in almost 100 countries.


OTT streaming service YuppTV has acquired the digital broadcasting rights for VIVO IPL 2021 in almost 100 countries.

Back in India after a brief sojourn to the UAE due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the IPL’s 60 T20 matches will be available for viewers from the start of the cricket this Friday. Locations include Chennai, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Delhi, Bangalore, and Kolkata.

The rights are across several territories globally, inluding continental Europe, Australia, Sri Lanka, South East Asia (except Singapore and Malaysia), Central and South America, Central Asia, Nepal, Bhutan, and the Maldives.

YuppTV founder and CEO, Uday Reddy, 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.”

YuppTV is an internet-based TV and on-demand service for South Asian content, offering over 250 TV channels, movies and TV shows in 14 languages.