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Broadcasters for 2022 Hero CPL and Massy WCPL confirmed

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The broadcasters for the 10th Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) have been confirmed with major broadcast deals in the UK, New Zealand, South Africa, India, Australia and across the Caribbean. 

This year also sees the launch of the inaugural Massy Women’s Caribbean Premier League (WCPL) which gets underway alongside the Hero CPL on 31 August 2022. 

In those countries not listed below the Hero CPL and Massy WCPL will be available to watch on the tournament’s Facebook and YouTube channels. 

Hero CPL & Massy WCPL

BT Sport – United Kingdom
Sky NZ – New Zealand
Fancode – India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Nepal, Bhutan, Afghanistan, Myanmar and the Maldives
Willow – USA 
SuperSport – South Africa
Fox Sports – Australia 
DAZN – Australia, Europe and South East Asia
SportsMax – Pan Caribbean
E-Networks – Guyana 

Hero CPL

Star Sports – India

CNC3 – Trinidad & Tobago

Etisalat – Algeria, Bahrain, Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Oman, Qatar, Syria, Tunisa, UAE, Yemen, West Bank, Gaza Strip and Palestine. 

TVG – Guyana

NCN – Guyana 

National Television Network – Guyana 

Little Rock Television Station – Guyana 

CNS – Antigua and Barbuda 

GBN – Grenada 

Winners TV – St Lucia

Massy WCPL

TV6 – Trinidad & Tobago

ENetworks – Guyana 
CVM TV – Jamaica 

CBC – Barbados 

The 2022 Hero Caribbean Premier League will feature some of the best cricketing talent from across the Caribbean and around the world with Dwayne Bravo, Andre Russell, Sunil Narine, David Miller, Quinton de Kock, Imran Tahir and Mohammad Amir or set to take part. 

The Massy WCPL will see Stafanie Taylor, Hayley Matthews, Deandra Dottin, Chloe Tryon and Sune Luus along with other world class talent compete for the first WCPL title. 

The tournaments get underway at Warner Park, St Kitts on 31 August and will visit Saint Lucia and Trinidad before the tournament culminates in Guyana on 30 September. 

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