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ESPN-Star bags global rights to telecast Asia Cup

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Mumbai , June 16

ASIAN Cricket Council (ACC), the apex body for management of cricket in Asia has awarded the worldwide rights for telecasting the eighth Asia Cup to ESPN-Star Sports.

The rights include global exclusive television broadcast of the tournament, radio broadcast and on-ground sponsorships. Asia Cup, which is to be played between India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Hong Kong, will be held in Sri Lanka from July 16 to August 2.

The telecast will include preview and review shows, special innovations, graphics, special interviews, reports and the ESPN-Star Sports commentary team.

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