How to Stream the 2019 Cricket World Cup

Start streaming the ICC World Cup on May 30th through July 14th.
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The 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup is just around the corner. From May 30th through July 14th, England and Wales will host the 12th Cricket World Cup, with 10 teams competing in round-robin and knockout tournaments to claim the title of champion. England and South Africa set the stage with the first showdown on Thursday, May 30th.

Before the games begin, you'll need to know which services will stream the 2019 Cricket World Cup so you don't miss any of the action. To that end, here are our picks for the best places to watch the Cricket World Cup for 2019.

How to Watch the Cricket World Cup for 2019


Willow is the official broadcaster of the ICC and offers a streaming app that will feature the 2019 Cricket World Cup. The monthly cricket-only subscription is just $9.99 and offers HD highlights, HD replays and an interactive score card.

The Willow app is available to stream on a number of devices. It's available on everything from an Xbox One to iOS platforms, making it easy to watch cricket if you're on the go.

Sign Up for Willow


Hotstar is India's streaming platform for everything from movies and television shows to — you guessed it — cricket. The service, which is an affiliate of Willow, will stream the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 through its app to devices like Apple TV, Amazon FireTV Stick and Roku.

The annual subscription costs $99.99, and the monthly pack costs $19.99. If you're only in it for the cricket, you're looking at spending around $60 to catch all of the games. You could splurge for the annual subscription, but that probably only makes sense if you enjoy Indian-regional media.

Alternatively, you can use the promo code HOLIDAY19 for 30% off a Hotstar subscription. It's a great way to watch the World Cup for less.

Sign Up for Hotstar

Sling TV

If you just want to watch the Cricket World Cup and nothing more, Sling TV International might be your best option. The service offers Willow Cricket Channels for only $5 a month for your first month, and $10 a month after that. Keep in mind, however, that this offer only applies to new customers.

Since the Cricket World Cup typically lasts around two months, that means you'll only have to pay $15 for all the action. Just remember that, for the monthly plan, you'll be charged automatically at the beginning of each pay period. If you want to cancel your subscription, be sure to do so before the month is up.

If you want to keep your subscription going instead, it's cheaper to opt for the $45 annual plan.

Sign Up for Sling TV

May Streaming Deals

Hot on streaming, but short on devices? Get ready for the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup with a sample of offerings reported by the Slickdeals community:

And if any of these deals are expired, don't sweat it! You can check our Media Devices section for the newest deals on streaming products, or just set a Deal Alert with us.

And when your cricket craving has been satisfied and you want to return to more narrative media, Hulu is now offering its monthly streaming service with ads for just $5.99 a month.

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