ESPN Cricket Pass Hits Google's Chromecast

Support extended first on  Android devices
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ESPN Cricket Pass, a standalone subscription OTT service from The Worldwide Leader, expanded its reach last week by supporting the Google Chromecast streaming adapter.

That support has been initially extended to Android-powered mobile devices, with compatibility with iOS devices expected in the “coming weeks.”

ESPN Cricket Pass, a service that costs $29.99, offers live and on-demand access to coverage of the 2016 VIVO Indian Premiere League. ESPN also supports it on Web browsers, apps for iOS and Android mobile phones and tablets, on Roku devices, and Apple TV (via AirPlay).

This year, ESPN’s English-language IPL service, offered only in the U.S., is set to deliver 60 matches (56 regular season, four post season)  this year. It got underway on April 9. 

The next live match is set for this morning in a matchup of the Mumbai Indians and Kings XI Punjab. The full ESPN Cricket Pass schedule is available here.

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