The Pakistan Super League is a Twenty20 cricket league founded in 2015 in Lahore, Pakistan, and comprises of 6 teams. This year, the tournament takes place from February 14th and runs there March 17th, 2019 in the UAE and Pakistan. Broadcast rights for this tournament vary from country to country. If you are outside one of these countries, however, if you will be traveling or outside of the coverage area, you will need to use a VPN to help you avoid geo-restrictions.
Though the league has not been going on a long time, Islamabad United has won the tournament 2 times. It is clear that they will be a force to be reckoned with. Peshawar may also be a strong force. No matter what, if you like cricket, this is bound to be an exciting time. Let’s take a look at the 5 teams
- Islamabad United
- Karachi Kings
- Lahore Qalanders
- Multan Sultans
- Peshawar Zalmi
- Quetta Gladiators
From here, we’ll take a look at the broadcast partners and countries:
|Worldwide||PSL streamed live on Cricketgateway.pk (Pakistan viewers) / Cricketgateway (International viewers).|
|Pakistan||Geo Super & PTV Sports|
|India||DSport (PSL telecast suspended in India after the Pulwama terror attack)|
|Sri Lanka||Dialog TV|
|UAE||eLife TV (Channel No. 775)|
|UK / Europe||Hum Masala (Hum TV Network)|
|USA / Canada||Willow TV|
|West Indies||Flow TV|
|North Africa||Yupp TV|
If you do not have access to one of those ways, you would need a VPN service to access one of the areas where there is coverage. Keep in mind that you may need an external streaming service to access some of them. Then, all you have to do is connect to a country that does have coverage and you are good to go.
That is all you have to do to watch the Pakistan Super League. Those are the steps you have to take. You will want to use a provider with fast connections to help you get around geo-blocks and stream the events live with a VPN.