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Star Sports are the official broadcasters for ICC Cricket World Cup 2015. The broadcasting rights were sold for US$ 2 Billion.

Cricket World Cup 2015 Broadcasters

Star Sports
For the 2015 ICC Cricket World Cup, the broadcasting rights were sold to Star Sports, for US$ 2 Billion. The country wise details of broadcasters are as follows:
  • Afghanistan: Ariana Television Network: Lemar TV
  • Australia: Nine Network, Fox Sports
  • Africa: South African Broadcasting Corporation
  • Bangladesh: Bangladesh Television
  • Singapore: Star Cricket
  • West Indies: Caribbean Media Corporation
  • Canada: Asian Television Network
  • Europe (Except UK & Ireland): Eurosport2
  • China: Star Sports
  • India: Star Sports 1 Star Sports 3 (Hindi), DD National (mostly India matches)
  • Jamaica: Television Jamaica
  • Middle East: Arab Radio and Television Network
  • Nepal: Star Sports 1, Star Sports 2
  • Fiji: Fiji TV
  • Australia: ABC Local Radio
  • India: All India Radio (FM 106.4)
  • West Indies: Caribbean Media Corporation
  • Bangladesh: Bangladesh Betar
  • Canada: EchoStar
  • Central America: EchoStar
  • United Kingdom: BBC Radio
  • Ireland:BBC Radio
  • Pakistan: Hum FM
  • United Arab Emirates: Hum FM
Live Scores
South Africa vs West Indies
West Indies (131/10 in 42.3 ov)
South Africa won by an innings and 220 runs
Australia vs India
Australia (130/6 in 23.1 ov)
Australia won by 4 wkts

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