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US Open T20 goes worldwide

The 2017 US Open T20 tournament will be aired
around the world thanks to the efforts of MaqTV, Voice of America (VOA) and Trinidad and Tobago Entertainment Network (TTEN).


The live feed from the 17 matches at the main stadium, the Central Broward Regional Park will be aired ‘live’. There will be 31 matches played during the five-day event with 17 being held at the only ICC approved cricket venue in North America.

The live feed from these matches will be fed to VOA and it will be distributed in Pakistan, India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Afghanistan. In addition to the ‘live’ feed, highlights package will be made available to all channels in South East Asia.


In the West Indies TTEN can be found on the Flow network Channel 111. MaqTv will also carry the cricket ‘live’ on the platforms Shava TV, Roku and JadooTv, I95tv, A2ZTV news and RaniyanTv. Fans can catch all the action on www.maqtv.com and www.cricketcouncilusa.com.


This is the first time that the tournament is getting this worldwide coverage and the production will be handled by the Maq Group. Chairman Mahammad Qureshi sees this globalisation of the tournament as key to making it a great success. “We have decided to go into the living rooms of many people across the world, all in an effort to give our tournament that added exposure. We want to show the cricketing world that we are right up there in terms of taking our space and that cricket is alive and well under the banner of CCUSA.”


The tournament bowls off on Wednesday, October
25 and ends on October 29.


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