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Star Sports bags India Bangladesh ODI rights

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MUMBAI: The suspense has ended finally. Sports broadcaster Star Sports has acquired the broadcasting rights for the tri-series between India and Bangladesh. The sports broadcaster got the rights from Bangladesh Cricket Boards official media partner Gazi TV.

As reported earlier, Gazi TV officials were apprehensive about finding a media partner in India and were reportedly in talks with star Sports to bag the telecasting rights.

Sony Six already has its hands full with the ongoing FIFA World Cup and wasn’t too keen on bagging the series. With BCCI and sports channels: Ten Sports and Neo Sports fighting it out in the court, it was unlikely that the two would bag the rights.

According to media reports, Star Sports had offered Rs 50 million per match, which was too less according to Gazi TV. Thus, with Star Sports being the only player it was expected that they only would bag the rights.

The three match series began on 15 June and will be played on 17 June and culminate on 19 June in Dhaka.

The English commentary match will be shown on Star Sports 1, Star Sports HD 1 and starsports.com, while the Hindi will be aired on Star Sports 3.

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