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YuppTV acquires rights of Dream 11 IPL 2020

Fans are enjoying live streaming of the Dream11 IPL 2020 on YuppTV alongside Star India’s official digital streaming partner Disney+ Hotstar.

The Dream11 IPL 2020 has global viewership, a global fan base, and spectacular promotions lined up. As such, whichever broadcasting network or streaming platform will show the matches, stands to gain massive consistent viewership worldwide. The IPL 2020 interests everyone; cricket fans, television networks, and over-the-top (OTT) content streaming platforms. YuppTV emerged as the clear winner in OTT and is currently live streaming matches on its platform. The Dream11 IPL 2020 on YuppTV will be available on-demand throughout all 60 matches.

YuppTV is the #1 internet pay-TV platform, which primarily hosts on-demand South-Asian content across 14 languages. YuppTV, which has headquarters in Hyderabad, India, and Atlanta, US, offers access to 250+ TV channels, 3000+ movies, and 100+ TV shows. YuppTV aims to bring premium South-Asian content to both non-resident and residing Indians and is one of the largest and top-ranking platforms in its league. 

This is the second season in a row that YuppTV has bagged the Indian Premier League’s digital streaming rights. This year will prove to be especially spectacular for YuppTV since cricket fans, and match enthusiasts worldwide will turn to on-demand streaming online. YuppTV had to fight against many other OTT content platforms to win the high paying digital viewing rights. The in-stadium audience goes virtual this year as matches are played within the bio bubble at UAE. 

Over the past few years, IPL has become the most loved cricketing tournament in the country. Amidst the lockdown, it will lead to a new sensation, optimism, and craze in the viewers. – said Uday Reddy, Founder & CEO of YuppTV

All 60 matches of the Dream11 IPL 2020 on YuppTV will be brought to more than ten territories targeting viewers from international markets sweeping across Australia, continental Europe, Malaysia, and Southeast Asia. 

Uday Reddy spoke about YuppTV’s efforts to bring the IPL to viewers’ homes.

The live experience of the IPL, dedicated technology viewing experience and instant virtual experience will enhance this year’s tournament for fans, albeit from the safety of their homes instead of crowded stadiums. The rights will also help YuppTV witness skyrocketing viewership.

The matches commenced on the 19th of September, and the Dream11 IPL 2020 on YuppTV has since been airing them on its platform. This is the 13th edition of the Indian Premier League, which is underway in the United Arab Emirates. YuppTV is showing all 60 matches alongside the official broadcaster of the Dream 11 Indian Premier League; Star Sports India and the Star India Network. 

YuppTV is the only OTT platform apart from Star Network’s very own official digital streaming partner Disney+ Hotstar, streaming the matches online. Global television broadcasters, including Sky Sports, Willow TV, and Fox Sports, among others, are doing the work of telecasting the matches abroad. A deal was signed between Star Network India, where it was decided that the viewership markets which YuppTV will be targeting are the areas where Disney+ Hotstar is unavailable. Thus, both YuppTV and Disney+ Hotstar will work to achieve maximum outreach of the live matches. 

The Dream11 IPL 2020 on YuppTV is being live streamed online, and viewers worldwide can subscribe and tune in to YuppTV to enjoy a virtual IPL experience from the comforts of their home throughout all 60 matches.

Anju Nambiar
Anju Nambiar (Contributor)
Anju has an insatiable thirst for learning, reading, and experiencing the unknown. She is a freelance writer and loves all things that make life beautiful and worth living. She is also fiercely creative, compassionate, and hopes to move the world with her writing.
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