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Daraz and Tapmad sweep up Asia Cup streaming rights in Pakistan

Mohammad Rizwan in action against England at Lord's. (Photo by Visionhaus/Getty Images)

Alibaba-owned shopping platform Daraz and streaming service Tapmad have sublicensed digital rights in Pakistan to the Asia Cup cricket tournament due to begin later this month in the United Arab Emirates.

Daraz and Tapmad have acquired the rights from state broadcaster Pakistan Television (PTV) and pay-television broadcaster Ten Sports, which will both air linear coverage, having themselves sublicensed the rights from global rights-holder Disney Star. The pay-television broadcaster has held the global media rights to the tournament since 2014 as part of consecutive deals with the Asian Cricket Council.

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