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SuperSport announces it will broadcast Cricket World Cup Protea Matches to all subscribers


SuperSport announces it will broadcast Cricket World Cup Protea Matches to all subscribers

Kicking off this week.

With days to go before the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup, SuperSport has announced it will make all the Proteas matches available to as many viewers as possible.

The matches will be available on a dedicated SuperSport channel: SuperSport 13.

“The World of Champions will ensure as much support as possible for our beloved Proteas by making all 2019 CWC Proteas matches available on all DStv packages in South Africa, including the most affordable ‘EasyView’ package – which retails at R29 per month,” SuperSport Chief Executive, Gideon Khobane, said.

“These matches will be carried on a dedicated CWC SuperSport channel: SuperSport 13, which is accessible to more than seven million subscribers in South Africa.”



The CWC will kick off on Thursday, 30 May 2019 till Sunday, 14 July 2019.

A minimum of nine South African matches will be available live on all packages, starting with South Africa’s crucial opener against hosts, and early favourites, England.

In addition, all games will be broadcast on SS2 and SS6, including 24-hour coverage for the duration of the tournament.

Linear television won’t be the only port of call for cricket lovers with SuperSport presenting a multi-platform offering that includes DStv Catch Up, DStv Now,, ShowMax, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

SA World Cup fixtures:

May 30: England v South Africa, London
June 2: Bangladesh v South Africa, London
June 5: India v South Africa, Southampton
June 10: South Africa v West Indies, Southampton
June 15: Afghanistan v South Africa, Cardiff
June 19: New Zealand v South Africa, Birmingham
June 23: Pakistan v South Africa, London
June 28: South Africa v Sri Lanka, Chester-le-Street.

Via: SuperSport


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