The 10th edition of the Celebrity Cricket League, featuring 8 teams of actors from across the country, will kick off on February 23 in Sharjah
A file picture of the Akhil Akkineni led Telugu Warriors team
Celebrity Cricket League, the annual T20 cricket tournament featuring actors from across different film industries will be back this February. This is the milestone 10th edition of the tourney, and it is set to kick off in Sharjah, over its first weekend, with all eight teams playing a match or two there, after which the action shifts to India. The rest of the matches will be played across venues in Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Thiruvananthapuram, Chandigarh and Vishakhapatnam.
As exciting as it is to watch your favourite stars battling it out in the test format T20 matches at a stadium, this may not be an option for most viewers. Not to worry, the tournament will be available to watch in the comfort of your home, with Sony Sports Ten5 replacing Zee Network as the telecast partner. The matches will also be live streamed on JioCinema, along with other regional channels.
That’s not all, the Celebrity Cricket League official YouTube page will also have live streams of the matches with Hindi commentary. Unlike Zee, which does not have the option to watch an earlier match, in case you missed the live telecast, CCL provides separate stream links for each match.