Hero CPL live in 80 countries; Facebook beams to 64

Hero Caribbean Premier League

The Hero Caribbean Premier League, which got underway in St Lucia on Friday, is having more coverage reach than ever before. The CPL is being beamed live in 80 countries, which includes free live broadcast by Facebook to 64 countries.

The CPL action is broadcast in the United States by Willow TV, the primary cricket broadcaster in the US. Willow will also show the Friday night matches live on its Facebook page free of any cost. This will be the first time that Willow have brought coverage to cricket fans across the US region with coverage of all the 34 Hero CPL matches.

“North America is a hugely important part of what the Hero CPL have planned and having a broadcasting partner that is so committed to bring top quality cricket coverage to viewers across the region is hugely important to us. It is great to have Willow on board with us for 2017,” CPL Chief Operating Officer Peter Russell had said.

Sony 6 is the official broadcaster for the India sub-continent, including India.


Argentina Facebook
Afghanistan Sony 6
Africa – Sub Sahara Econet
Anguilla Digicel Play
Australia Fox Sports
Austria Facebook
Bangladesh Sony 6
Barbados PLAY GO OTT (app)
Belgium Facebook
Bermuda Facebook
Bet to win (streaming) Perform
Bolivia Facebook
Bosnia & Herzegovina Facebook
Brazil Facebook
Brunei Facebook
Bulgaria Facebook
Canada ATN
Cayman Cayman 27
Chile Facebook
China Facebook
Costa Rica Facebook
Croatia Facebook
Cyprus Facebook
Czech Republic Facebook
Denmark Facebook
Denmark Facebook
Dominica Digicel Play
Estonia Facebook
Falkland Islands Facebook
Fiji Facebook
Finland Facebook
France Facebook
Germany Facebook
Gibraltar Facebook
Greece Facebook
Grenada GBN
Guyana NCN
Hong Kong Facebook
Hungary Facebook
India Sony 6
India Facebook (first 3 overs each innings)
Indonesia Facebook
Ireland UNILAD
Italy Facebook
Jamaica TVJ
Japan Facebook
Kenya Facebook
Luxembourg Facebook
Luxemburg Facebook
Malaysia Facebook
Malta Facebook
Mexico Facebook
Middle East OSN
Montserrat Digicel Play
Netherlands Facebook
New Zealand Sky Sports
Norway Facebook
Pakistan Facebook
Pakistan Sony 6
Panama Facebook
Paraguay Facebook
Peru Facebook
Philippines Facebook
Portugal Facebook
Romania Facebook
Russia Facebook
Samoa Facebook
Singapore Facebook
Slovenia Facebook
South Africa Facebook
South Korea Facebook
Spain Facebook
Sri Lanka Sony 6
St. Kitts ZIZ
St. Lucia HTS
Sweden Facebook
Turks & Caicos Islands Digicel Play
Thailand Facebook
Tonga Facebook
Trinidad CNC-3
Turkey Facebook
United Kingdom UNILAD
United Kingdom BT Sport
United States of America Willow
Uruguay Facebook
Vanuatu Facebook


“The Biggest Party in Sport” – an hour-long  weekly magazine show – is also broadcast every Friday.  CPL’s fifth year is going to be the most innovative so far. In addition to the highlights packages provided through Facebook, Twitter and Instagram there will also be unique content from players and coaches.

The Hero CPL will be broadcast live by UNILAD through their Facebook channel in the UK and Ireland. This the first time a sports league is being broadcast through UNILAD. All 34 matches will be live and for free in the UK and Ireland and UNILAD will also be getting exclusive behind the scenes footage of the tournament to bring their followers a real flavour of the Biggest Party in Sport.

The tournament final is slated for September 9.