TSports to Broadcast BAN vs SL Series Live in Bangladesh
The newly launched sports channel in Bangladesh, TSports Live has acquired the Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka cricket rights in the country. TSports is launched to provide best in class picture quality and a platform for sports lover to watch their favourite sports – Cricket, Football and Kabaddi matches. Watch Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka 2022 on the Bangla channel T Sports live streaming at 1.30 PM.
Watch BAN vs SL live cricket on Nagorik TV. This is the first international series playing in Bangladesh since the COVID-19 pandemic. Opening batsman Tamim Iqbal is leading the Bangladesh team and all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan retired for the Test and three-match ODI series.
T Sports Live Streaming Online
The Bangla sports channel Titas Sports Live has bought the television broadcast as well as internet streaming rights of West Indies tour of Bangladesh 2022 cricket series. The tour is featuring three-match ODI series and two-match Test series from 20th January to 15th February 2022.
The ODI series playing between the West Indies and Bangladesh are part of the ICC Cricket World Cup Super League while the Test series is part of the ICC World Test Championship. All the matches of the series will broadcast on Tsports live channel from the Sher-e-Bangla stadium and Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium.
The official YouTube channel has confirmed about the broadcast rights with the promo of the tour. This is alternative to Sports channel such as Gazi TV in Bangladesh will give fans a better experience to view sports in regional languages on their TV sets.
Upcoming Bangladesh cricket, football and other sports games to telecast on the T Sports Live streaming channel. This is also the big news for all the cricket fans in the country as the competition will increase between the channels will lead to better production quality and an increase in the number of sports in the country.
Watch T Sports Live Cricket Match Today
The Tigers – Bangladesh Cricket Board has sold the domestic and international broadcasting Television and internet rights to the TSports live. T- Sports which is part of the Basundhara Group company is aiming to become the number one channel among the viewers of Bangladesh.
The only television to broadcast all the games of West Indies tour of Bangladesh 2022 on T Sports. The crazy cricket followers can catch T sports live cricket match today on the Akash DTH channel number 145.
The channel T-Sports become popular with the broadcasting rights of Bangabandhu T20 Cup. Alter it got the media rights of Lanka Premier League, Football Premier League and BPL T20 2022.
Windies tour of Bangladesh 2022 Schedule
- 1st ODI, Bangladesh vs SL Live Telecast (Shere Bangla National Stadium, Dhaka)): May 23
- 2nd ODI, Bangladesh vs SL Live Telecast (Shere Bangla National Stadium, Dhaka)): March 25
- 3rd ODI, Bangladesh vs SL Live Telecast (Shere Bangla National Stadium, Dhaka): March 28
About TSports Channel
Bashundhara Group owns the T Sports live cricket channel which is also Bangladesh’s first sports channel. It was first launched on 9 November 2022 and later on
10 January 2022 the HD was launched.
|Bangabandhu T20 Cup||2020|
|Lanka Premier League||2020|
|Mymensingh Premier League||2020|
|Bijoy Dibosh Bangabandhu T20 Narail Cup Final||2020-2021|
|Windies Tour of Bangladesh||2021|
|Bangladesh-Nepal Football Series||2020|
|Bangladesh Federation Cup||2020-2021|
|Bangladesh Premier League||2021|
Cricket fans in the country can access the cricket matches online on the Titas sports tv live through its official website Tsportsbd.com. The social media pages Facebook and Youtube channel also provide the broadcast of the cricket games in the country.
|Slogan||Bangladesh’s first sports channel|
|Headquarters||Bashundhara, Dhaka, Bangladesh|
|Language(s)||Bangla and English|
|Launched||9 November 2022|
|Satellite||Akash DTH Channel 145|
This is the milestone in Bangladesh sports as fans finally got the dedicated sports channel for the viewers. T-sports live telecast is now available with a wide range of sports for its viewers.