IPL 2023: Where To Watch IPL On TV And Online, Here Is The All Streaming And Telecast Details Of The Tournament

The first match of the IPL 2023 will be played between the Chennai Super Kings and the defending champions Gujarat Titans on 31st March at Narendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad. Gujarat Titans will look to win their first match at their home ground, while CSK will try to leave the performance of last year behind and start the campaign with a win.

The upcoming season of IPL will witness the comeback of two prominent English cricketers, Ben Stokes and Sam Curran, who had to miss out on the previous season due to injuries. Several IPL teams showed their interest in signing Curran and Stokes but eventually, Sam Curran emerged as the most expensive player in the history of the tournament. Punjab Kings bought him for INR 18.50 crore, while Ben Stokes was acquired by MS Dhoni-led Chennai Super Kings for INR 16.25 crore.

There are also some franchises that are going with the new captain for an indefinite time. Kane Williamson left Sunrisers Hyderabad and now in place of him, South African star Aiden Markram has been appointed as the captain. David Warner has also been given the charge of Delhi Capitals in the absence of Rishabh Pant, and KKR management has picked Nitish Rana as their captain as Shreyas Iyer is out from the team due to a lower back injury.

The IPL 2023 is just a few hours to go and fans are desperately waiting to watch their legends on the screen once again. Cricinformer is here with all the telecast and live-streaming details for the upcoming season of IPL 2023.

Where To Watch IPL 2023 Live On Television?

-Star Sports 1

-Star Sports 1 HD,

-Star Sports 3,

-Star Sports 3 HD

Breaking News: Delhi Capital Announced Replacement Of Rishabh Pant For IPL 2023

Where To Watch IPL Live Streaming/online?

The live streaming will be available on Jio Cinema.

Where The Regional Telecast Of IPL Will Be Available?

On the various Channels of star India, The IPL 2023 tournament will be broadcast live in multiple regional languages including Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Bengali, Gujarati, Malayalam, Marathi, and Kannada.

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