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Times Internet secures BCCI Broadcast Rights for US, Canada, Middle East/North Africa, and SE Asia

Willow, Cricbuzz to distribute 88 bilateral cricket matches between India and other countries

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Times Internet secures BCCI Broadcast Rights for US, Canada, Middle East/North Africa, and SE Asia

Times Internet expands its leading cricket distribution positions in North America, the Middle East, and Southeast Asia regions, by acquiring the exclusive rights to broadcast India’s home bilateral series from September 2023 to March 2028.

In North America, Willow TV’s position across the United States and Canada will be further strengthened. Alongside the BCCI rights, Willow also distributes more than 10 other boards and tournaments.

In the Middle East, Times Internet has developed a strong position, now holding the rights to distribute the IPL alongside the BCCI rights.

Times partnered with Noon, Etisalat, and Cricbuzz to distribute the IPL in 2023, and will look to establish its distribution partnerships in the Middle East region further.

In Southeast Asia, this is Cricbuzz’s first rights package in the market, and the rights will be distributed on its own platforms as well as other distribution partnerships.

Satyan Gajwani, Vice Chairman, Times Internet, said, “We are proud to partner with , as well as the BCCI again. Willow TV has a longstanding position as the home of cricket in the U.S.. With our foray into the Middle East, I’m confident that Cricbuzz and The Times of India Group will be able to bring a best-in-class consumer viewing experience to more cricket fans around the world.”

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