Star Sports broadcast IPL 2021 in 8 Languages on 24-25 Disney+ Hotstar Channels
Star Sports is the Official Broadcasting Partner for the IPL – Indian Premier League 2021 (14th Season) that is likely to be live-streamed in 8 different Languages: Hindi, English, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam, Bengali, and Marathi.
The 13th Edition of the Indian Premier League was also broadcasted in eight languages as for now Star Sports again decided to telecast all IPL 14 Matches. Not only this, as Star Sports Network is planning to stream it on Star Disney Kids Channel as well as there will be 24-25 Channels that broadcast IPL 2021 which includes Disney+ Hotstar also.
Fans can watch and enjoy IPL 2021 Live on Star India Network Channels in multiple languages. Based on the information available. In addition to the English and Hindi languages, the league will be broadcast in six regional languages.
Tamil: Star Sports Tamil (Every day Match); And Vijay Super SD for live matches every Sunday.
Telugu: Star Sports Telugu (Every day Match); And Maa Movies SD and HD live games every Sunday.
Kannada: Star Sports Kannada (Every day Match); And Star Suvarna SD and HD for live matches every Sunday.
Bengali: Star Sports Bangla (Every day Match); The Jalsha Movies SD and HD live matches every Sunday.
Marathi: Star Pravah SD and HD for live matches every Sunday.
Malayalam: Asianet Plus SD for live matches every Sunday.
IPL 2021 Live Streaming will also be available on Disney + Hotstar in five languages: English, Hindi, Telugu, Kannada, and Tamil and will be available exclusively to Disney + Hotstar VIP subscribers (399 rupees for 12 months) and Disney + Hotstar Premium (1,499 rupees) for 12 months).
IPL 2021: Production Staff and Tools will be kept in separate bubbles according to BCCI’s instructions
Meanwhile, most of Star Sports’ production team is working remotely from their Mumbai headquarters. According to BCCI’s Standard Operating Procedures for IPL 2021, on-site production and broadcasting equipment will be the second part of Bio-Bubbles for commentators and the broadcast team.
Overall, BCCI stated that 12 bubbles will be created: eight bubbles that include franchise teams and support staff, two bubbles are for match officials and match management teams, and two other bubbles are for broadcast and team commentators.
BCCI has also made it clear that its officers and operations teams will not be part of any bubble, and as a result, BCCI officers are not permitted to personally interact with any players, team support personnel, match management teams, and dispatch equipment.