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NewZealand Tour of India – NewZealand Cricket Spark Sport: With 3 ODIs and 3 T20 matches to play before NewZealand’s tour of India, bad news is coming for Kiwi Cricket. NZ telco Spark has announced the closure of its Spark Sport streaming service. The home of streaming service LIVE Cricket was built in Berria. But due to the increasing cost of the content, it has decided to close the platform. It is not yet clear whether the streaming platform will show the IND NZ Series LIVE: Watch IND vs NZ LIVE on Disney+ Hotstar and LIVE updates with InsideSport.IN

Spark Sport was launched in 2019 and currently holds all NewZealand Cricket rights as well as BCCI Rights.

After three years, the telecommunications company has announced the closure of the service. It is the reason for the closure “increasing content rights costs”, and a “broader investment opportunity in his business”.

Spark CEO Jolie Hodson said: “Achieving the scale we wanted on the Spark Sport platform has been difficult as Covid has caused major disruptions to sports codes around the world a year after launch.

“This slower-than-expected start, coupled with increasing global content rights costs, makes it difficult to justify the type of investment Spark Sport needs when we have a wider investment opportunity in our wider business.”

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NewZealand Tour of India: Bad news for NewZealand Cricket, official streaming partner Spark Sport is shutting down – follow LIVE updates

NewZealand Tour of India: Bad news for NewZealand Cricket, official streaming partner Spark Sport is shutting down – follow LIVE updates

New Zealand Cricket Spark SportIND NZ LIVE Streaming: The news from NZC is that all Spark Sport rights will be transferred to free-to-air (FTA) broadcaster TVNZ. News of the TVNZ rights transfer was unable to be independently verified by InsideSport.

  • Spark launched its streaming service in 2019.
  • The NZ service is priced at $13.73 USD per month.
  • Spark had a target of one million paid subscribers, as well as becoming a major competitor to Sky New Zealand.
  • They acquired the rights of NewZealand Cricket, Formula 1, BCCI Rights and many more LIVE Streaming rights.

The closure of Spark Sport will see TVNZ take over domestic rights to New Zealand’s international men’s and women’s cricket, as well as Super Smash, the country’s Twenty20 competition, for the next three years.

TVNZ said an agreement has been reached with New Zealand Cricket which will run from the start of the 2023/24 season until the end of the 2025/26 campaign.

The broadcaster has not disclosed how much it has paid for the downloaded cricket rights.

Amid the closure of Spark Sport, pay TV channel Sky has announced that it has regained the rights to Formula One in a multi-year deal starting next season.

Spark was the local broadcast partner of the elite motor series, having secured the rights in 2018.

Meanwhile, it is not clear whether as per the agreement with STAR SPORTS on behalf of BCCI, IND vs NZ will be telecast LIVE on the platform or not? New Zealand are touring Pakistan and India in January. After playing 2 TEST & 3 ODIs in Pakistan, the Kiwi team will land in India. India and New Zealand will play 3 ODIs and three T20Is from January 18.











New Zealand tour of India, 2022-23

Sr. no

Day

The date

the match

Place

1

Wednesday

18th January

1St ODI

Hyderabad

2

Saturday

21St January

2n.d ODI

Raipur

3

tuesday

24th January

3rd ODI

Indore

4

Friday

27th January

1St T20I

ranch

5

Sunday

29th January

2n.d T20I

Lucknow

6

Wednesday

1St February

3rd T20I

Ahmedabad

The ODI squad for India has already been announced. The squad for India’s T20I series will be announced later.

NZ ODI Team India: Kane Williamson (C – Pakistan ODIs only), Tom Latham (C – India ODIs), Finn Allen, Michael Bracewell, Mark Chapman (India ODIs only), Devon Conway, Jacob Duffy (India ODIs only), Lockie Ferguson, Matt Henry, Adam Milne, Daryl Mitchell, Henry Nicholls, Glenn Phillips, Mitchell Santner, Henry Shipley, Ish Sodhi, Tim Southee (Pakistan ODIs only)

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