LIVENow to Live stream Jaffna Stallions vs Galle Gladiators finales in 111 countries for free

Free Live Streaming of 2020 LPL Finals – Jaffna Stallion vs Galle Gladiators Finals Live : The LIVENow streaming platform has broadcast the Lanka Premier League (LPL 2020) for free in 111 countries. LIVENow had secured Lanka League rights in 111 countries until the end of the 2024 season, including markets such as the UK, Australia, South Africa and the US.

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The recently launched LiveNow sports and entertainment streaming service by Aser Ventures has also secured LPL rights in 111 countries through the end of the 2024 season, including the UK, US, Australia and South Africa.

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“The T20 is an exciting format, cricket fans love it and it’s really accessible to sports fans looking to discover something new”, LiveNow director Marc Watson said. “Our sports program is designed to engage audiences from all over the world, the Lanka Premier League perfectly complements the variety and thrill of our programming.”

When will the 2020 LPL Finals be played?
The 2020 LPL Finals will be played on December 16, 2020

The 2020 LPL Finals will be played between – Jaffna Stallions and Galle Gladiators

What time will the LPL Finals match start? Time
The 2020 LPL Finals match will start at 19:30

Where is the venue for the 2020 LPL Finals? – Headquarters
LPL finals between Jaffna Stallions vs Galle Gladiators 2020 will be played at Mahinda Rajapaksa International Cricket Stadium, Hambantota

LPL 2020 Live Streaming Finals and broadcast details
Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) and its trading partners have secured worldwide broadcasting deals

Sony Pictures Networks (SPN) and SonyLIV will broadcast the LIVE finals in India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Afghanistan, Nepal, Bhutan and Maldives, and further expands its long-standing broadcast partnership with SLC, which runs until 2023.

The broadcaster has also obtained non-exclusive free-to-air rights (FTA) for the LPL in all the same countries, except Sri Lanka, where the independent state-owned television network will take over national terrestrial coverage for the five team competition. .

Elsewhere, UK pay TV network Sky Sports has also secured non-exclusive LPL rights, while pay TV network Geo and state broadcaster PTV have also secured the rights in Pakistan.

LiveNOW will be the LPL finals in LIVE streaming in 111 countries around the world.

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