FanCode to exclusively live stream CPL 2021 in India

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has
bagged
exclusive
digital
broadcasting
rights
for
the
Hero
Caribbean
Premier
League
(CPL)
2021
in
the
country.


Cricket
fans
across
the
country
can
watch
all
the
nail-biting
and
thrilling
action
live
from
the
Caribbean,
starting
on
August
26
at
7.30
pm
IST,
on
the
FanCode
App
and
www.fancode.com.

This
year,
the
tournament
will
take
place
in
St
Kitts
&
Nevis,
with
all
33
matches
being
played
at
Warner
Park.

While
the
whole
nation
is
obsessed
with
India’s
ongoing
five-Test
match
series
in
England,
which
is
shown
on
the
Sony
Sports
Network,
there
are
many
takers
for
CPL
which
has
a
star-studded
that
features
the
best
cricketing
talent
from
across
the
world
like
South
Africa’s
Faf
du
Plessis
and
Imran
Tahir,
New
Zealand’s
Glenn
Phillips
and
Colin
Munro,
Pakistan’s
Mohammad
Amir,
Shoaib
Malik
and
Wahab
Riaz,
and
West
Indies’ Andre
Russell,
Chris
Gayle,
Kieron
Pollard,
Nicholas
Pooran,
Sunil
Narine
and
Dwayne
Bravo.

FanCode
will
provide
a
personalised
and
comprehensive
digital
sports
coverage
of
CPL
to
all
Indian
sports
fans.

Through
the
FanCode
app,
fans
can
experience
interactive
livestreaming
of
all
CPL
matches
with
data
overlays
by
subscribing
for
a
Tour
Pass,
without
having
to
opt
for
a
monthly
or
annual
subscription.

Besides
streaming,
FanCode
will
offer
multimedia
commentary,
fastest
ad-free
live
scores,
in-depth
sports
statistics
and
analytics,
fantasy
sports
tips,
real-time
match
highlights,
multiple
audio
feeds
and
much
more
for
all
the
CPL
matches.

Three
of
the
six
teams
competing
in
the
ninth
edition
of
CPL
are
owned
by
Indian
Premier
League
(IPL)
franchises

Punjab
Kings
owns
St
Lucia
Kings
(formerly
St
Lucia
Zouks),
Kolkata
Knight
Riders
have
acquired
CPL’s
most
successful
franchise,
and
CPL
2020
winners

Trinbago
Knight
Riders,
and
Rajasthan
Royals
recently
acquired
Barbados
Tridents
and
rechristened
it
to
Barbados
Royals.


CPL
2021:
Rajasthan
Royals
buy
major
share
in
Barbados
Tridents

FanCode
had
recently
become
the
only
platform
to
offer
official
merchandise
of
all
eight
Indian
Premier
League
(IPL)
franchises
during
the
14th
edition
through
its
online
sports
fan
merchandising
store
FanCode
Shop.

The
IPL
2021
edition
was
suspended
midway
due
to
a
surge
in
COVID-19
cases
in
India
and
is
expected
to
resume
on
September
19
in
the
UAE.
The
final
has
been
tentatively
scheduled
for
October
19.

FanCode
is
also
having
the
rights
of
the
ongoing
The
Hundred
series.

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