IPL 2022 is coming to an end today. This year’s IPL, officially called Tata IPL 2022, kicked off in March. The more than two-month tournament brought a total of 10 teams to compete for the title, including two new franchises, namely Lucknow Super Giants (LSG) and Gujarat Titans (GT). Among the new ones, the Gujarat Titans will compete in the final match taking place at 7:30 PM IST in the evening. While the IPL 2022 matches take place in various stadiums in Maharashtra, the tournament has also been streamed and broadcast live. So, here’s how you can watch the IPL 2022 final virtually from your home.
How To Watch IPL 2022 Final Online In India
Indian cricket fans can watch the IPL 2022 definitively online via Disney+ Hotstar — the official digital streaming partner for the tournament. You can subscribe to the Disney+ Hotstar Mobile on your phone for Rs. 499 a year. Telecom operators including: jio† airteland vi also have special plans that bundle the Disney+ Hotstar Mobile subscription. If you don’t want to watch the final of IPL 2022 on your mobile device and are looking for a bigger viewing experience, you can subscribe until Disney+ Hotstar Super at Rs. 899 a year. It gives access to the IPL, as well as other live sports, TV shows, movies and Hotstar Specials that can be viewed on up to two devices at Full HD (1080p) resolution.
For viewers looking for an even more premium view of the IPL final, Disney+ Hotstar Premium is the solution. It comes at Rs. 1,499 per year or Rs. 299 per month and offers 4K streaming of all live matches as well as TV shows, movies and originals.
The final of IPL 2022 can also be watched live on TV through the sports channels of Star India and Start Sports.
How To Watch IPL 2022 Final Live Outside India
Video streaming platform YuppTV is sacrifice live IPL access to cricket viewers worldwide. Cricket fans can use the platform to watch the IPL 2022 final in countries such as Australia, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Japan and Afghanistan. It is also available in Europe, South and Central America, and Southeast Asia, with the exception of Singapore and Malaysia.
YuppTV is also in India, although online IPL coverage is exclusive to Disney+ Hotstar in the country.