Cricket is one of the most entertaining sports is watched by billions of viewers worldwide. However, it’s online presence is often neglected by the broadcasters resulting the viewers to watch cricket on shady websites loaded with several pop-ups and advertisements. The broadcasts on these websites are usually slow and delayed making the viewing experience worst. We have gathered a list of online portals where you can legally watch live streaming of cricket. These are official and authentic portals offering live streaming on PC, Android and iOS (iPhone/iPad).
Sling TV is your one stop shop for all your cricket needs. There are only two broadcasters of cricket in the USA. One is ESPN, and the second is Willow TV. Sling TV package offers you both. The Sling TV orange package costs only $19.95 per month. There are nearly 30+ channels in Sling TV orange package including ESPN, ESPN2. The sling orange subscription also allows you to use same credentials for ESPN3 (also known as WatchESPN). Cricket events are broadcast on ESPN3. There’s an add-on in Sling TV orange called “World cricket extra” which only costs $5, and includes Willow TV and Willow Xtra. If a cricket match is not being telecast on ESPN3, it will be available on Willow network for sure. So all in all, you get all your cricket does in only $24.95 per month in the USA. Sling TV has apps for all devices including PC, Android, iPhone and the Internet and Smart TVs.
Willow TV also offers live streaming on their website at a monthly fee of $14.99. You will have access to all matches being telecast by Willow in this price. The subscription also comes with free Gaana+ subscription worth $3.99. So you can entertain yourself with a Gaana+ subscription in the same price. Willow TV is available on every known device including but not limited to iOS, Android, PC, Roku, Google TV, Chromecast, Amazon FireTV and LG Smart TV.
ESPN3 broadcasts the events not available on their regular channels, ESPN and ESPN2. As cricket is not so popular among the American audience, they broadcast it over ESPN3 for cricket fans. It doesn’t require any separate subscription, however, you must have high-speed internet or TV service from their affiliated partner. Not sure about availability with your ISP or TV, call them and ask about ESPN3.
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