The Pro Kabaddi League has become the latest Indian competition to be affected by Covid-19 after organisers announced some matches will be rescheduled due to outbreaks of the virus within two PKL franchises
The Delhi High Court has restrained seven specific websites – and others which may emerge – from broadcasting the ongoing ICC Men's T20 World Cup.
The Glazer family, CVC Capital Partners, Cristiano Ronaldo and superstar Bollywood couple Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh are among the parties linked to bids for new Indian Premier League franchise…
Emirati telco Etisalat has secured exclusive media rights in the Middle East and North Africa to the International Cricket Council Men's Twenty20 World Cup 2021 as part of a "ground-breaking collaboration…
Intriguing developments in Asia-Pacific media rights markets in recent months mean the picture for rights sellers is not as bleak as it looked in the depths of the pandemic last year, says SportBusiness Asia-Pacific editor Kevin McCullagh.
The Vivo Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) is set to return for its eighth season in December after a gap of two years due to Covid-19 disruption
Sourav Ganguly, the president of the Board of Control for Cricket in India, has defended the board’s decision to host the Indian Premier League Twenty20 tournament while the country faced a Covid-19 c…
Mashal Sports, the sports management company owned by pay-television broadcaster Star India, has countered claims that its auction for broadcast rights to the Pro Kabaddi League was flawed
Pay-television broadcaster Star India has won the rights to show the Pro Kabaddi League for the next five seasons despite conflict of interest concerns from some of the competing teams
K Madhavan has been appointed president of The Walt Disney Company India and Disney-owned pay-television platform Star India
Internet search giant Google will show Indian Premier League match highlights this year via its Web Stories feature under a tie-up with Indian media group Disney Plus Hotstar
Preparations for this year's Indian Premier League cricket tournament have been hit by a series of positive Covid-19 tests among players and support staff
The Indian Premier League, domestic rights-holding broadcaster Star India, and the league's teams are in the midst of closing a series of sponsorship deals ahead of the start of this year's tournament…
An invitation to tender is to be issued tomorrow (Thursday) for broadcast rights to the Pro Kabaddi League across the next five seasons
UK free-to-air broadcaster Channel 4 has completed a deal for non-exclusive rights to England's tour of India, bringing live test cricket to UK free-to-air television for the first time since 2005