FanCode to exclusively stream inaugural ICC U19 Women’s T20 World Cup 2023 in India

January 14, 2023

The first ever edition will be played between 14 and 29 January in South Africa 

Mumbai, January 14, 2023: India’s premier sports streaming platform FanCode has bagged the exclusive digital streaming rights for the inaugural ICC Under-19 Women’s T20 World Cup for India. Spanning over16 days of competitive T20 cricket, the competition will feature 41 matches between 16 teams. 

All matches will be streamed on the FanCode app (Android, iOS, TV) and on FanCode is also offering tournament passes at affordable prices for fans in addition to monthly and yearly subscriptions. 

The inaugural edition of the World Cup will be played in South Africa across four venues in the two host cities of Benoni and Potchefstroom. The event which showcases the future stars of the sport, also sees Rwanda and Indonesia playing in an ICC World Cup for the first time ever.

Cricket on FanCode is hugely popular among its 50 million+ user base, as the platform streams domestic and international cricket tournaments from countries like Australia, England, and West Indies year-long. FanCode also live-streamed India’s Tour of West Indies 2022, roping in former Indian Team Coach Ravi Shastri for its campaigns. 

FanCode has also been at the forefront of streaming Indian and international women’s Cricket, with last year’s India vs Sri Lanka series, The Hundred, Women’s Big Bash League, and domestic women’s leagues from across India and the world. 

Some of the notable names to feature in the tournament will be India’s international cricketers, Shafali Verma and Richa Ghosh. Verma and Ghosh, with their rich experience for the senior team in marquee competitions, will look to help India win its maiden ICC title on 29 January in Potchefstroom.  

The sixteen playing nations will compete against each other in four groups. Group A comprises Australia, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and the USA. Group B includes England, Pakistan, Zimbabwe and Rwanda. Group C has Ireland, Indonesia, West Indies and New Zealand. Finally, Group D includes India, South Africa, UAE and Scotland.

With interactive streaming features such as live stats, data, and analysis on the match screen, FanCode’s digital-first streaming gives sports fans an immersive experience. Along with real-time highlights that can be accessed from the live match screen, viewers will not need to toggle between screens or applications for information. 

FanCode’s streaming repertoire also consists of marquee events in other sports, such as HSBC Rugby Sevens and the Kooyong Classic exhibition tennis tournament in Melbourne, Australia. 

The U19 Women’s T20 World Cup is part of a uniquely African celebration of cricket across two World Cups in the space of two months, with the senior event, the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup taking place between 10 and 26 February in Cape Town, Paarl and Gqeberha.

The full schedule for the World Cup can be found here. For more information on the ICC U19 Women’s T20 World Cup please click here

About FanCode:
FanCode is India’s premier sports streaming platform committed to giving fans a highly personalised experience across different sports in international and domestic competitions. Founded by sports industry veterans Yannick Colaco and Prasana Krishnan in March 2019, FanCode has over 50 million users. It has partnered with domestic and international sports leagues and associations across multiple sports. FanCode offers interactive live streaming in industry-first subscription formats with Match and Tour Passes, along with monthly and yearly subscriptions at affordable prices. 

Dream Sports, India’s leading Sports Technology company, is the parent company of FanCode, with brands such as Dream11, Dream Capital, DreamSetGo, and DreamPay in its portfolio.

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