Cricket’s biggest tournament, the World Cup, is scheduled to start today in England, and the final will be played on July 14. In all, there will be 48 matches, and you can watch them easily from the comfort of your home if you have an iPhone or iPad. Here’s how to watch the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 on your iPhone or iPad.
How to watch the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019
Several iOS apps will enable you to watch the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019. Here are some of the best options:
Sky Go is a leading cable provider in the United Kingdom. It also offers a dedicated app for the iPhone and iPad. However, you will need an active Sky TV subscription to access this app. Sky Go also has a region-based offering in New Zealand. Here is the download link for the app.
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ESPN is the best option for you if you are in South or Central America. Just download the app and log in with your credentials. Here is the download link for the app. If the ESPN app is not available in your region, then there might be a country-specific ESPN, such as ESPN Brazil.
Hotstar is a popular streaming app in Asia. This app offers free streaming to viewers in India, Bangladesh, the United States, Sri Lanka, the Maldives, the Northern Mariana Islands, the U.S. Virgin Islands, Bhutan, Puerto Rico, Nepal, Guam and American Samoa. Just download the app and create login credentials. Here is the download link for the app.
You can also watch the matches from Hotstar’s website or download the app outside the supported regions with the help of a VPN service. Some of the best VPN services are ExpressVPN, NordVPN, IPVanish and Private Internet Access.
OSN Play covers the Middle East and South Africa, including countries like Lebanon, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, South Sudan, Syria, Algeria, Bahrain, Egypt, Qatar, Tunisia, and the United Arab Emirates. Here is the download link for the app.
SuperSport primarily covers the sub-Saharan region and gives users access to sporting events, including the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019.
“Live streaming is available to DStv Premium, Compact and Compact Plus subscribers using their Connect IDs, within Sub-Saharan Africa and surrounding areas only,” the app’s guidelines state.
Here is the download link for the app.
Willow TV is the official broadcaster of cricket in the U.S. and Canada. The app allows you to check scores and watch matches live. Users do not need an official premium subscription; instead, you can log into the app with your service provider credentials and start streaming. Here is the download link for the app.
PTV Sports is a popular sports service in Pakistan, offering simple, hassle-free streaming. Here is the download link for the app.
Wavo is a standalone streaming service from OSN primarily for users in the Middle East or South Africa. The app comes with a modern design, and users don’t need a subscription to watch content on it. Wavo has the official streaming rights to the 2019 World Cup. Here is the download link for the app.
Sling TV has partnered with Willow TV to allow users to stream the matches live. Sling TV will also have replays and highlights in HD.
Star Sports is the official broadcaster of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 in India.
The Kayo Sports streaming service enables Australians to watch the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019. The service does not have any lock-in contracts. It offers two packages: a basic package for $25 per month and a premium package for $35.
If you don’t want to watch the entire ICC Cricket World Cup 2019, you also have the option to get regular updates on scores. To do this, you don’t need any app. You can just use Google or Siri and ask for the World Cup match scores or any other information you want on the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019.