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DigiVive bags mobile streaming rights for Ind-Zim series

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NEW DELHI: DigiVive has bagged the mobile streaming rights for live and repeat ODI matches between India and Zimbabwe from Seven Sports.



The master distributor of the India-Zimbabwe series is Taj sports. The five ODI match series scheduled to take place in Zimbabwe between 24 July and 3 August will be streamed on DigiVive's mobile TV platform nexGTv. Over 14 million users of nexGTv and nexGTv HD will be able to enjoy the live matches right on their handsets.



Also, users will be able to watch matches at their convenience by watching repeat matches under the Video-on-Demand section.



DigiVive's mobile TV service nexGTv is second only to YouTube in video streaming space on mobile experiencing over 30,000 downloads every day is what the mobile service claims. In the past also DigiVive had picked up rights to stream live events, especially cricket series like T20 World Cup, IPL 2013 and others, attracting huge audience on nexGTv.



nexGTv's continuous strive towards providing appropriate and desirable content like Indian cricket matches, live channels, short and full-length movies, premium content during festivals, etc. has made it the people's choice for entertainment.



nexGTv has maintained its top position on various online stores and on other app stores as it remains among top five apps in the entertainment category.



DigiVive director G.D. Singh said, "Cricketing events on nexGTv help us to connect with masses at large because this is what they want to see and stay connected to."



"Cricket on mobile platform has become a popular phenomenon through nexGTv. Now people are not only watching live action on the move on nexGTv but it is becoming a second television at homes. We have been living to our commitment of offering all Indian cricket extravaganzas to our end users. This will enable them to watch entire five match series", Singh added. 

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