Ooredoo has announced that it has secured rights for the upcoming Pakistan Super League 2020, and will be showing the cricket matches live on Ooredoo TV channel 399.
The fifth season of the hugely popular Twenty20 franchise has kicked off on February 20, with matches being held until March 22.
Teams, including the Karachi Kings, Multan Sultans and Islamabad United, will battle it out for the top spot in exciting matches featuring some of the best Pakistani and international players.
Ooredoo ONE customers can watch all the matches live on Ooredoo tv via the new Ooredoo Cricket channel, part of the Doosra package, which is included with all Ooredoo ONE packages of 150Mbps and above.
The Ooredoo Cricket channel is available on channel 399 on Ooredoo tv.
Manar Khalifa al-Muraikhi – director of PR and Corporate Communications at Ooredoo – said: “We have thousands of enthusiastic cricket fans here in Doha, and we know they will be delighted to learn they will be able to watch one of cricket’s most popular leagues live on Ooredoo tv. Achieving complete customer satisfaction is a key aim at Ooredoo, and we’re sure the live coverage of PSL 2020 will make the cricket fans among our customers very happy. We hope they enjoy all the matches, and of course all the other benefits on offer with Ooredoo ONE.”
Customers who do not yet have Ooredoo tv via Ooredoo ONE can subscribe now at any of the Ooredoo shops around town. Customers on packages lower than 150Mbps can upgrade online, via the app or at any Ooredoo shop.
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