Watch CPL 2020 for free on new DreamTV Stream by E-Networks, CPL’s exclusive broadcaster in Guyana
Guyana’s leading TV service provider – today announced that it is offering free access to its new DreamTV Stream service to everyone, not just E-Networks customers, so that everyone can enjoy its live, exclusive coverage of this year’s Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) T20 tournament.
This offer is valid for the entire CPL 2020 tournament, which will be played from August 18 to September 10. DreamTV Stream is E-Networks’ new, multiscreen OTT (over-the-top) TV experience, which delivers live and on-demand TV via an internet connection.
Persons can download DreamTV Stream by searching for “E-Networks DreamTV” on the Amazon Store (Firestick), Android-based TVs (Sony, Sharp, TCL), and Android and Apple iOS mobile phones.
With DreamTV Stream, viewers can watch more than 100 live channels on-the-go on their phones, and on up to five devices (depending on their E-Networks package) in their homes – all in crystal-clear high definition quality.
For step-by-step instructions, persons can visit www.enetworks.gy/dreamtvstream. E-Networks inked the deal for the exclusive broadcasting rights in Guyana to the CPL 2020 with SportsMax parent International Media Content Ltd (IMC), which is the regional broadcast rights owner.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this year’s CPL will be played only in Trinidad & Tobago, likely without any fans allowed in the stadiums.
This means that cricket fans can enjoy “The Biggest Party in Sport” only on TV – and E-Networks will be delivering all 33 matches on E2, which is available on all of the company’s TV platforms: Satellite, Wireless, Fiber and Mobile. First started in 2013, the Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) had a combined broadcast and digital viewership of 312 million in 2019.