India’s Twenty-20 cricket league will be holding the IPL (Indian Premier League) 2018 tournament from 7th April and end in 27th May. The IPL 2018 will be the eleventh tournament held since the launch of the league in 2007. Eight teams are set to battle it out in the championship. The league will start off with the home and away matches where teams will face-off twice. The teams that make it to top four positions will then proceed to playoffs. A series of qualifier matches will produce two teams which will participate in the finals. A total of ten venues have been selected to host the sporting event. The Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai will be the venue for both the opening match and the last match.
Eight teams will be participating in the IPL 2018. The Chennai Super Kings will be making a comeback to the league after missing the last two seasons following a suspension. Another team that will also be making a comeback is the Rajasthan Royals from Jaipur City which was also suspended for two years. The Kolkata Knight Riders, the celebrity-owned team from Kolkata City will also feature in the tournament. The City of Mumbai will be represented by Mumbai Indians, Bangalore City by the Royal Challengers, Mohali City by Kings XI Punjab, and Hyderabad City by the Sunrisers Hyderabad.
You can catch the live broadcast of the IPL 2018 on YuppTV. YuppTV, an over-the-top media service for broadcasting South-Asian products has grabbed the rights to stream the Indian Premier League season eleven matches. YuppTV was awarded the rights to broadcast the event by Star India. Viewers in the European region, in South America, Asian nations in the South East, and in Australia will be able to watch the VIVO IPL 2018 live streaming via YuppTV. YouTV will stream the event live via their internet tv channel and via their mobile app.
Cricket lovers based in Malaysia now have a golden opportunity to follow the much-loved IPL tournament live. The action will be broadcast live on www.yupptv.com. The YuppTV app can be installed on smartphones and smart television sets. YuppTV app can be downloaded by mobile phone users based outside India, including Malaysians. Malaysia which is located in the South East Asian continent is one of the regions which YuppTV has been granted exclusive rights by the Star India to broadcast the IPL 2018. Every cricket lover in the vast land Malaysia has an opportunity to watch and enjoy the much-loved T20 cricket action.