Ten Cricket HD Online TV, How to Watch, Channel Availability, Definition and More
TEN Cricket is an international channel to watch all kind of cricket matches. It is a 24-hour sports channel dedicated to cricket.
TEN Cricket is owned by Sony Pictures Networks. this channel was launched on 10 August 2010.
Reaching over 55 million homes across the Indian subcontinent, Southeast Asia, the Caribbean, and the Arab world.
TEN Cricket has the rights of all international cricket held in Pakistan, India, South Africa, Zimbabwe, SriLanka, West Indies, and Australia.
International cricket in Abu Dhabi
International cricket in Dubai Sports City
International cricket in Pakistan
International cricket in Sharjah
International cricket in South Africa
International cricket in Sri Lanka
International cricket in West Indies
International cricket in Zimbabwe
International Cricket in Australia
If you’re from India then you can watch every matches on your TV by Dish and If you’re from outside of India you need to subscribe on their premium service to enjoy every matches. People are from Bangladesh, Pakistan can watch this channel by their cable operator provider. Not only this channel they can enjoy all channels of India by the Cable Operator.
They just need to subscribe on monthly plan, cost around 100 rupees to 200 rupees. I’m from Bangladesh and I’m enjoying all Indian channels by subscribed monthly plan from my cable operator.
You can also watch this channel via LIVE TV app.
|TEN Cricket International|
|Launched||10 August 2010|
|Owned by||Sony Pictures Networks 2016-
Zee Entertainment Enterprises2010-2016Taj TV Limited Mauritius 2001-2010
|Picture format||(576i, SDTV)
|Slogan||“Life is Cricket”|
|Country||Dubai Media City, United Arab Emirates|
|Broadcast area||Arab World, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Southeast Asia, Oceania, Canada, United States, Caribbean|
|TV Lanka Digital TV
|OSN(MENA)||Channel 613 (HD)|
|Cable TV Hong Kong(Hong Kong)||Channel 622|
|Macau Cable TV(Macau)||Channel 611|
|PEO TV(Sri Lanka)||Channel 44|
|Bell Fibe TV
Chart via (wikipedia)