With the country still wobbling under the Second wave of Covid 19 Pandemic, IPL 2021 is all set to take off with MI vs. RCB match on April 9. 1 day to go, and Star Sports is ready with its Mega Broadcast Plan.
This time, IPL will be extra fun as it will go LIVE in 8 different languages. Other than English and Hindi, IPL will also be broadcast in Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam, Bengali, and Marathi. A team of 100 commentators has been announced for the 14th Season.
Channels for the regional language broadcast:
Bengali: Star Sports Bangla on weekdays and Jalsha Movies SD and HD on Sundays.
Tamil: Stars Sports Tamil on weekdays and Vijay Super SD on Sundays.
Telugu: Star Sports Telegu on weekdays and Maa Movies SD and HD on Sundays.
Kannada: Star Sports Kannada on weekdays and Star Suvarna SD and HD on Sundays
Marathi: Star Pravah SD and HD on Sundays.
Malayalam: Asianet Plus SD on Sundays.
Hindi broadcast will take place on Star Sports 1 Hindi and SD Channels and Star Sports First while English Broadcast will be on all other Star Sports pay Channels.
Fans can also stream Live matches on Disney+Hotstar with the VIP pack (Rs. 399 for 12 months) and premium pack ( Rs. 1499 for 12 months).
On Weekdays 2 matches will be played, 1st one starting from 3:30 PM IST and 2nd one starting from 7:30 PM IST.
What are the venues for IPL 2021?
IPL 2021 will be played in the following stadiums:
- M.A Chidambaram Stadium
- Eden Gardens Kolkata
- Wankhede Stadium
- Arun Jaitley Stadium
- M. Chinnaswami Stadium
- Narendra Modi Stadium
With 22 International players bought at the auction, the 14th Season will witness Eight Countries other than India.
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