The Indian Premier League 2021 aka IPL 2021 kicks off today, Friday, April 9 at 7.30pm, and you can watch it live on television, or stream it to your phones or other devices.
The fourteenth season of the Twenty20 cricket tournament will bring a total of eight teams to play games in six different venues across India. While many cricket fans are looking forward to watching the upcoming Vivo IPL 2021 season live, the Indian Cricket Regulatory Board (BCCI) decided to play games after the doors were closed to start – due to the coronavirus epidemic.
Fans will have to follow the action on the screen instead and you can do that online on your mobile phone or smart TV, without live TV. Here are some ways in which you can enjoy watching IPL 2021 live in your home.
India’s IPL broadcasting rights are in Disney + Hotstar, and globally, YuppTV has acquired digital IPL broadcasting rights, which will allow people from all over the world to broadcast the cricket series.
IPL live streaming 2021: How to watch IPL online in India
BCCI has continued its partnership with Disney + Hotstar to broadcast live IPL 2021 in the country. You can choose Disney + Hotstar VIP for Rs. 399 per year or Disney + Hotstar Premium for Rs. 1,499 per annum (Rs. 299 per month) to gain live access to the upcoming IPL season.
Of course, the latter offers a list of additional benefits over the past to match the higher subscription price. Credit card users can get a Disney + Hotstar VIP subscription at a discounted price of Rs. 365.
In addition, mobile operators including Airtel, Vi (Vodafone Idea), and Jio offer their various prepaid plans with annual Disney + Hotstar VIP subscriptions to give you access to IPL 2021.
For TV viewers, the IPL 2021 games will be broadcast live on the Star India sports channel catalog Star Sports.
How to watch IPL 2021 outside India
Earlier this week, YuppTV announced that it had acquired IPL 2021 digital broadcasting rights worldwide – India subscribers would not be able to watch the tournament on YuppTV, but globally, this is the best and easiest way to watch cricket matches live.
In a statement, YuppTV has confirmed that it will show live Vivo IPL 2021 in nearly 100 countries around the world, from Australia, Bhutan, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Maldives, and Europe, South and Central America, and South East Asia. of Singapore and Malaysia.
To watch the cricket tournament, you need to sign up for YuppTV. Membership in India costs Rs. 49 per month, and provides access to 160 channels including Zoom, Times Now, NDTV India, Aaj Tak, and many more, in 14 languages.
In India however, you can watch the IPL tournament with Disney + Hotstar. Globally, prices vary depending on your location, so for example it is $ 6.99 (approximately Rs. 520) in the US, and GBP 12.99 (approximately Rs. 1,330) in the UK.
IPL 2021 times
Cricket matches under the IPL 2021 will be held between eight teams, with the first match scheduled between Mumbai Indians and Royal Challengers Bangalore. The IST will start at 7.30pm on April 9.
According to the official schedule of IPL 2021, there will be 11 double headers in which six teams will play three games in the afternoon and two will play two games in the afternoon.
The afternoon games will start at 3:30 pm IST, and the afternoon games will start at 7:30 pm IST. You can view the full tournament program from the IPL site.