Cricket streams are now one of the primary ways most Cricket fans now watch games live online – either with friends or on their own, on the move or at home.
Technological advancements (ie fast internet speeds) and the rise of OTT platforms means streaming is now more fan-friendly than ever.
Streams for top competitions such as the ICC World Cup and Cricket are always highly sought after, making this one of the most lucrative sectors around.
The internet is awash with illegal streaming services, but the risks attached to accessing the content are generally not worth the aggravation.
If you have a suitable device and stable Wi-Fi connectivity, there are tons of different ways you can find high quality live Cricket streams.
Live Cricket Streams – Your Options
Cricket fans have never had it so good when it comes to watching live streams. Here are some of the best places to watch Cricket games online:
Sky Sports has been linked to the ICC World Cup since its inception and continues to be the primary broadcaster of the competition in the United States.
Subscribers who take the Sky Sports package can watch live Cricket streams at no extra cost via the Sky Go app, which can be downloaded on a wide range of devices.
For fans who don’t wish to commit to a lengthy subscription, monthly Sky Sports passes can be purchased through NOW TV.
BT Sport holds a vast array of Cricket broadcasting rights including the ICC World Cup, ICC Mens T20 World Cup, Asia Cup 2022, ICC Mens T20 World Cup Women, IPL, BPL, PSL, Big Bash, World Test Championship, ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup Super League.
Fans can live stream games online via the BT Sport app, which is available to download on mobiles, tablets, games consoles and smart TVs.
Monthly BT Sport passes are also available via the company directly or NOW TV, meaning Cricket fans can be more selective about the games they watch.
Cricket fans who sign-up for the Amazon Prime service can access two full game weeks in the ICC World Cup December.
Live Cricket streams are available via the Prime Video app on iOS and Android smartphones, tablets or selected Smart TVs.
With a Prime subscription also offering plenty of other video content and benefits, this is one of the most cost-effective ways to watch Cricket streams.
The Qatari-owned beIN SPORTS has become a major player in Cricket in recent years, offering fans access to a wide range of top-class leagues and competitions.
Their live Cricket coverage includes the Cricket, ICC World Cup, ICC Mens T20 World Cup, Asia Cup 2022, ICC Mens T20 World Cup Women, IPL, BPL, PSL, Big Bash, World Test Championship, ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup Super League and many more.
Matches are streamed via the beIN SPORTS CONNECT platform, which is available on the company’s website or app. Other broadcasters also include beIN Sports as part of their packages.
The list of Cricket streams available on fuboTV is massive, with the platform featuring dozens of different leagues from around the world.
While the company’s price point is higher than most of their competitors, the range of sports available on fuboTV is truly staggering.
The service is available via monthly subscription on the web or via dedicated apps for Android, iOS, Apple TV, Fire TV, Chromecast and Roku devices.