The Maharaja Trophy KSCA T20 tournament will commence on August 7 in Mysore and Bengaluru, organized by Karnataka State Cricket Association (KSCA). 18 out of 34 matches will be hosted in Mysore while 16 will take place in Bengaluru. The final game is to take place in Chinnaswamy Stadium of Bengaluru on August 26.
Dedicated to (late Maharaja ) Srikantadatta Narasimharaja Wadiya. The broadcast on Star Sports while live streaming is available via Disney+ Hotstar service. Some senior Indian players like Mayank Agarwal, Manish Pandey, and Devdutt Padikkal will feature in the Maharaja Trophy KSCA T20 2023.
How & Where to Watch Maharaja Trophy Live Telecast?
Before the tournament started, a Draft was held for players. Players from India and the IPL fell into these four categories. Those who competed in senior tournaments like the Ranji Trophy, Vijay Hazare Trophy, or Syed Cup fell into Category B. Mushtaq Ali Tournament. Finally, Category C comprised age group players currently involved with under-19 or under-23 teams while Category D represented Emerging Talent.
There were 14 players in Category A and 32 players in Category B. Additionally, there were 111 and 583 participants enrolled in Categories C and D, respectively. KSCA Maharaja T20 Trophy 2022: Where to Watch Every match will only be broadcast live in India and can be seen on Star Sports 2, Star Sports 2 HD, or Star Sports Kannada.
|Country||Live streaming on TV and Mobile|
|India||Live streaming on TV – Star Sports 2, Star Sports 2 (English) and Star Sports 1 Kannada channels.|
Live streaming on Mobile – Fancode app and the Fancode website, Disney+ Hotstar.
The final match of the Maharaja Trophy KSCA T20 is on August 29.
Garnering 1.5 billion viewing minutes with 9.1 million Karnata viewers participating. 30 million total viewers tuning in across all platforms (HD and SD channels of Star Sports 2, Star Sports Kannada as well as FanCode OTT partner). As the marquee property returns, it promises to attract many talented cricketers from the state.
Rs 35 Lakh has been set aside as prize money for the top four teams. According to a KSCA news statement. Winners will be entitled to Rs 15 Lakh; runners-up receive 10 Lakh. The prize money will be divided among third and fourth-placed teams. Last year’s inaugural Maharaja Trophy tournament was an astounding success.
The top performers from the previous year included Vidyadhar Patil, Mayank Agarwal, Chethan LR, Rohan Patil (Gulbarga Mystics), Luvnith Sisodia (Hubli Tigers), and Pavan Deshpande (Mysore Warriors). Shreyas Gopal (Mysore Warriors); bowlers were Vidyadhar Patil (Mysore Warriors) and Vidwath Kaverappa (Gulbarga Mystics). Live streaming of all matches will also be available via Disney+ Hotstar.