ZengaTV bags rights for mobile streaming of India-Sri Lanka cricket series

19 Jul, 2012

Mobile video streaming company Zenga TV has bagged the exclusive rights for mobile video streaming of the upcoming Indi Sri Lanka series. Zenga TV has got rights from Indian sports rights management agency Sporty Solutionz, which procured it from TEN sports. The series is slated to begin on July 21 in Sri Lanka.

The viewer can either watch the entire match or the summary. Viewers who are unable to watch the live streaming, can catch the match within 30 days after the match is played.

Shabir Momin, CEO, ZengaTV, said, "We will continue bringing more and more of interesting content to our users and keep the service as exciting as it can get."

On July 18, online video streaming company iStream announced  it has bagged the exclusive rights for internet streaming for the same series.

Launched in 2009, Zenga TV, one of the earliest entrants in mobile TV segment, claims  a viewer base of around 7 million. It was also the first company to stream IPL through mobile. It gives the users an access to around 100 channels for free and has a movie library of 10,000 titles.

(Edited by Prem Udayabhanu)