Cricket fans in the United States will be able to watch every minute of next month's ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 with ESPN's new subscription service called ESPNcricket2015.com.
The service, which launches Feb. 3, will provide live and on-demand coverage, and all 49 matches will be available live and on replay ($99.99). ESPN Cricket 2015 will also broadcast the matches in English and Hindi.
The tournament matches, which begin Feb. 14 local time (5 p.m. ET on Feb. 13) in Australia and New Zealand, will also be available live through pay-per-view platforms with DISH Network, Mediacom and Time Warner Cable.
"The Cricket World Cup is a unique event and we are excited to deliver it to fans in a new and unique way with the launch of ESPNcricket2015.com and our agreements with DISH Network, Mediacom and Time Warner Cable," said ESPN executive vice president Russell Wolff. "As a complement to our core networks and the value of the multichannel environment, the launch of ESPNcricket2015.com is a dynamic way for us to deliver this event while continuing to explore new ways to reach tech-savvy consumers and develop new expertise and agility in a dynamic media environment."
The ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 will feature a 14-nation pool competing in One Day International (ODI) matches. The tournament runs from Feb. 14-March 29. For the full schedule and coverage of the event, go to ESPNcricinfo.com.