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Cricketnirvana.com to offer live streaming of coming season

Mumbai, Sep 26 (UNI) Cricketnirvana.com is the only platform set to offer exclusive and full coverage including live streaming and customized video-on-demand packages for all the matches played during the Biggest Season of Cricket in India, which began with the Irani Cup match from September 24.

The season will be followed by a four match Test series between India and Australia commencing from October nine, followed by a seven match one-day and two test match series between India and England that will go on till the last week of December, a release said here today.

This means that the registered members will get to watch 37 days of live international action online, including six Tests and seven ODIs, featuring India, Australia and England, only on Cricketnirvana.com.

Over and above the live streaming and video-on-demand content, the site also offers a host of other exciting content offerings including interactive match reports, exclusive audio/video and text interviews, News as it happens, in-depth analysis of participating teams, nostalgic moments and trivia, live scores and cricket statistics and the best of TV shows being offered by NEO Cricket.

New Media, Business Head, Sumit Luthra says ''These are really exciting and passion-filled months coming up for Cricketnirvana.com and the cricket fans all over the world. India-Australia series has grown to be bigger than Ashes and is a 'must-watch' for any cricket fan. We are extremely happy to offer a 360-degree coverage of this series and ending the season with action packed India-England clash.'' He further said ''We will soon be unveiling the various combinations of subscription packages and free-to-view content available on the site.

Meanwhile, all the content, including live webcast and video-on-demand related to Irani Cup, is available absolutely free to the worldwide audience.'' UNI GS AB AB NS2049

Story first published: Friday, September 26, 2008, 21:05 [IST]
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