ICC Men’s T20 World Cup is back for another season. It will kickstart with the group stage matches from October 16th, followed by Super 12 from October 22nd. The ICC Men’s T20 World 2022 final is scheduled for November 13th. As many as 16 teams are part of the tournament, which will be played in Australia. India will play its first match of the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2022 on October 23rd against its arch-rival Pakistan. With many cricket enthusiasts keen on watching the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2022 around the world, here’s how to catch up with the tournament online on a mobile phone, laptop, and smart TV.
How to watch ICC T20 World Cup 2022 online on mobile phone and laptop
The ICC T20 World Cup 2022 live streaming on mobile and laptop is available via a number of streaming platforms, including Disney Plus Hotstar, ESPN+, YuppTV, Sky Sports, Willow, and Kayo Sports. That said, the platform’s streaming rights are limited to specific regions. For example, Disney Plus Hotstar cannot stream the T20 World Cup 2022 online outside India, Nepal, Bhutan, Sri Lanka, and Maldives.
Best apps to watch T20 World Cup 2022 in India
Disney Plus Hotstar
In India, all the ICC T20 World Cup 2022 matches will be available to live stream via Star’s streaming platform, Disney Plus Hotstar. The service can be accessed via both app and website and comes in various sets of subscription plans bifurcated on the basis of video-audio output, and validity among other benefits. Disney Plus Hotstar also comes with casting support for users to enjoy the content they are watching, in this case, T20 World Cup 2022 on their television.
|Disney+ Hotstar Mobile (Rs 149)||Watch all content like movies, live sports, TV, and original showsOnly supports mobile streamingAds free movies and shows (except sports)Max video quality up to 720pStereo audio output||3 months|
|Disney+ Hotstar Mobile (Rs 499)||Watch all content like movies, live sports, TV, and original showsOnly supports mobile streamingAds free movies and shows (except sports)Max video quality up to 720pStereo audio output||12 months|
|Disney+ Hotstar Super (Rs 899)||Watch all content like movies, live sports, TV, and original showsSupports streaming on up to 2 devices at the same time including TV and laptopAds free movies and shows (except sports)Max video quality up to 1080pDolby 5.1 audio output||12 months|
|Disney+ Hotstar Premium (Rs 1499)||Watch all content like movies, live sports, TV, and original showsSupports streaming on up to 4 devices at the same time including TV and laptopAds free movies, shows and live sportsMax video quality up to 2160p (4K)Dolby 5.1 audio output||12 months|
Formerly known as Tata Sky, the Tata Play app is a convenient way for Tata Play set-top box subscribers to catch up with their favourite TV shows and movies on the go. Cricket fans in India can use the app to watch the T20 World Cup 2022 matches live as long as there’s an active sports plan recharge, specifically the Star Sports channels, on their Tata Play subscription. Simply download the app on Android or iOS and sign in with a registered mobile number or Subscriber ID and make your way to the live TV tab. From there the app will automatically redirect you to the Disney Plus Hotstar app to provide the match live stream even if you haven’t subscribed to the Hotstar yet.
ICC T20 World Cup 2022 live streaming in other regions
Australian cricket fans can resort to Kayo Sports to catch up with the ICC T20 World 2022 games. Owned by Australia’s television company Foxtel, Kayo Sports is an on-demand and live sports OTT platform that owns the digital rights to several sporting events and channels. The basic plan called ‘Kayo One’ which allows streaming only on one screen at a time starts at $25 per month while the highest end, ‘Kayo Premium’ may set you back $35 a month if you wish to watch content on 3 screens simultaneously among your friends or family members. When signing up for the first time, users can avail a free trial of 14 days.
The digital rights to the T20 World Cup 2022 have been given to SuperSport for the Sub-Saharan Africa region. Users will be required to get a SuperSport subscription in order to watch the cricket matches. Subsequently, SuperSport’s own streaming platform DStv will be showcasing the games as well on scheduled dates.
Cricket fans in England can watch and cheer for their favourite cricket teams via NOW TV and Sky Go streaming services both of which are owned and operated by the Sky Group. While NOW TV has dedicated sports membership packages, Sky Go is an on-demand online television channel service. NOW TV is available for £33.99 which includes a whole month of access to Sky Sports channels. But there for new users currently the plan is available at an offer price of £25 upon signing up.
Lastly, cricket fans in New Zealand can binge-watch all the upcoming ICC T20 World Cup 2022 matches via the Sky Go app. The app is free to use for all the existing Sky customers having a Sky Box in their homes.
The Disney-owned sports-centric streaming service, ESPN+ will also provide cricket enthusiasts in the US with live stream of the T20 World Cup 2022. Apart from cricket, the app also comes with on-demand streaming of NFL, NBA, and MLB among other popular leagues. To get started, viewers can purchase the monthly subscription package of $9.99 while the annual subscription plan is available for $99.99 which gets you HD live stream for all the games. A myriad of devices is supported with ESPN+ such as Android phones, tablets, iPhones, iPads, Smart TVs and even gaming consoles such as PlayStation and Xbox. There’s casting and AirPlay functionality as well. So no matter what device you own or prefer, ESPN+ has got your back for you to enjoy the cricket T20 World Cup. A subscription plan can be purchased from the official website.
Rest of the world
As for the rest of the regions, T20 World Cup 2022 live streaming will be available via the following platforms:
|Nepal, Bhutan, Sri Lanka, Maldives||Disney+ Hotstar|
|Hong Kong||Now TV, Yupp TV|
|Rest of the World(Continental Europe, SE Asia & Central /South America)||Yupp TV|