ICC Cricket World Cup 2011, the supreme fight in cricket world. The thrill has doubled this time by Sub -continent teams - India, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka where cricket is treated like religion. With involvement of 14 teams, the tournament features 49 matches with the final. For cricket world cup 2011 schedule.
For the biggest cricketing tournament, there was also great battle to win the broadcast rights. ESPNStar ultimately won the broadcasting rights for ICC Cricket World Cup 2011. Along with TV, the tournament will be live of mobile phones, internet, multiplexes and other places in about 200 countries around the world.
There are 5 different ways you can watch Live - Cricket World Cup 2011.
* Live On TV Channel : As held, ESPNStar has the broadcasting rights and Star Cricket along with ESPN and Star Sports will be broadcasting the series live in India and other countries. Doordarshan Channel will also be showing selected matches live. For other countres, Sky Sports will broadcast in United Kingdom, SuperSport in South Africa.
* Live Video On Internet : ESPNStar.com will be showing the ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 matches Live for free. Just view espnstar.com/cwclive/. Along with this, we will be having some live broadcasters of cricket world cup 2011 online. Many other sites also showing live cricket on internet like williow.tv will be showing it live in USA, Foxsports in Australia, Skysports.com in UK and Ireland and Supersport.com in South Africa.
* Live Video on Mobile Phone : Mobile Company Vodafone will stream the matches of ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 on mobile phones in India. Vodafone Essar has bagged the special rights for the live streaming of the ESPN Star Sports coverage. It will be showing ESPN Mobile TV for its 2G and 3G customers.
* Live Cricket Scores on Internet: Cricket World Cup 2011 scores are available on different websites. Most of them feature desktop widgets, live text commentary, interactive scorecards and much more.
* ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 Video highlights: Video highlights will be available on Internet for free. You can try ICC website or espnstar.