On Which Channel is PSL 2021 Live in your Country?
The Pakistan Cricket Board have recently signed a new three year deal with Sony to show the Pakistan International home games and the Pakistan Super League games in India. The upcoming PSL tournament is due to begin on 20th February. The first game sees the reigning champions, the Karachi Kings, taking on Quetta Gladiators. The PCB Chief Executive Wasim Khan said the move would help cricket fans in South Asia follow and enjoy high-quality cricket action in Pakistan across all formats featuring some of the finest modern-day stars.
The PCB had previously signed partnerships in North America (Willow TV), the Caribbean (Flow Sports), New Zealand (Sky NZ), and the United Kingdom (Sky Sports). This means fans from all around the world will be able to watch their favourite PSL teams and players. The full list of TV broadcasters are as follows;
PSL Broadcasting TV Channels 2021
|Country||PSL 2021 Broadcasting Channels List|
|Worldwide||PSL to be streamed live on Geo Super, Tapmad TV. The live coverage for all matches worldwide.|
|Pakistan||Geo Super TV Channel|
|India||Sony Sports Network|
|Sri Lanka||Sony Sports Network|
|UAE||eLife TV (Channel No. 775)|
|UK / Ireland||Sky Sports|
|West Indies / Caribbean||Flow TV|
|Bangladesh||Sony Sports Network|
|North Africa||Yupp TV|
|Australia||beIN Sports network|
|Malaysia||Astro SuperSport, Sony Sports Network|
|Nepal||Sony Sports Network|
|New Zealand||Sky Sports|
|Bhutan||Sony Sports Network|
|Maldives||Astro SuperSport, Sony Sports Network|
PSL Live Streaming 2021 Online
Fans in Pakistan that cannot get to the stadiums can watch them on Geo Super via live stream and Google Play store mobile app, and the matches can also be streamed live on Tapmad. Tapmad will provide live coverage for all matches. Fans can also stream the Pakistan Super League online through Bet365’s website and apps. It’s possible that the Jazz TV app will also live stream PSL in Pakistan. Subscriptions are also available on a per-day basis on Jazz TV app.
This is not only excellent news for those working in the office or travelling with no access to TV or those TV channels at the time of the games but also fans who won’t have access to the matches because it’s not being broadcast in the country.
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, all 34 matches will be held in just two cities: Karachi and Lahore. The first half of the season will be played in Karachi, and the matches will then move to Lahore from the 10th of March for the remaining fixtures. All of the teams will play an equal number of day and night games, with doubleheaders scheduled for the weekends.
All eyes in the cricketing world will turn towards the PSL on February 20 this year as Pakistan cricket will be hosting the sixth edition of the T20 league on par with some of the most successful leagues from across the globe. PSL 2021 schedule is updated here. Click here to purchase the HB PSL tickets if you want to enjoy the matches in the stadium. Also, check the latest PSL squads here and if you want to look at some of our expert predictions for the PSL, here’s where you need to be. Make sure you have a good internet connection either on your laptop or mobile handset that can enable you to watch the games online.
Currently, PTV & Geo Sports are the two official broadcasting TV partners for showing all cricket matches played in Pakistan. Indian viewers can watch the sixth season of the PSL on Sony Sports Network, but other than that they can also subscribe to Cricingif to watch it online.
The sixth edition of the Pakistan Super League can be watched on TV in the UK on Sky Sports. Hum Masala (Hum TV Network) previously had the exclusive rights to broadcast PSL in the UK and Europe.
The broadcast rights for the tournament are very crucial because that’s where the revenue for the players comes from and helps PSL re-invest it back into grassroots cricket to help bring in more cricketers to the game in the country.