T20 World Cup 2024

Where to watch T20 World Cup?

Details have been released on where fans can watch the upcoming ICC Men's T20 World Cup 2024.

The ICC have confirmed the broadcast arrangements for the ninth edition of the ICC Men's T20 World Cup.

The details of where the fans can watch all 55 games of the tournament across the world were released by the ICC on Wednesday.


There will be plenty of people in India cheering on Rohit Sharma's side and fans will be able to enjoy all the action via Star Sports Network and Disney + Hotstar.

Star Sports will also broadcast the tournament in Hindi, Tamil, Telugu and Kannada, while the broadcaster will provide a new concept with their Indian Sign Language Feed, providing a first-of-its-kind audio descriptive commentary for an ICC event.

We will see the continuation of the hugely successful vertical feed, which debuted in the ICC Men's Cricket World Cup last year, produced by ICC TV and supported by Disney Star, giving fans with an easier and more intuitive mobile phone viewing experience


Fans in Pakistan can watch all matches via ICC's linear partners atPTV and Ten Sports as the side aims to win its second T20 World Cup title. The tournament can also be viewed digitally through the Myco and Tamasha apps.

USA & Canada

WillowTV is the home of the T20 World Cup for fans across the USA and Canada, with the tournament opener on June 1 between the neighbours sure to provide plenty of highlights for the tournament newcomers.

West Indies

ESPN Caribbean will be the location for fans in the West Indies as they the two-time champions attempt to win a third T20 World Cup title on home soil, with streaming also available through the ESPN Play Caribbean app.


Fans in England will once again be able to enjoy the tournament on Sky Sports, with live action available in the UK on Sky Sports Cricket, Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Action and digitally via the SkyGO, NOW and Sky Sports App.

Australia & New Zealand

Amazon is the new destination for ICC Cricket in Australia, with fans Down Under able to enjoy all 55 matches at the event on Prime Video. Across the ditch in New Zealand it is once again Sky Sport NZ that will showcase the ninth edition of the tournament.

Other regions

Fans in South Africa, Uganda, and Namibia can watch all the action live on SuperSport and its app, available across South Africa and 52 Sub-Saharan African territories.

In the UAE and the entire MENA region, all matches will be streamed live on STARZPLAY, with broadcast coverage on CricLife MAX and CricLife MAX2 in the UAE.

Maharaja TV in Sri Lanka will continue their coverage of ICC events through TV1, Sirasa, and Shakti TV for linear broadcasts, and their website for digital streaming. For the first time, fans will be able to enjoy Sinhalese commentary for Sri Lanka matches via Maharaja TV. Additionally, fans in Sri Lanka can watch the event through the ICC TV app.

The ICC is also broadcasting the T20 World Cup live and free on, available in the official T20 World Cup app in over 80 territories across the world, including Continental Europe and South East Asia.

This move will help fans in those areas enjoy all the action from the T20 World Cup and will also provide them with access to ICC produced programs and highlights.