Every four years, fans from around the globe rally behind their teams during the Cricket World Cup. One of the largest international sporting events, this year’s tournament is expected to draw more than one billion television viewers. While the 14 countries represented by teams in the tournament may not include the United States, that does not mean that viewers here have to miss a second of the action.
Fans who sign up for new DISH service and a qualifying international package between now and the end of the tournament can add ESPN’s production of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 and watch all the remaining matches for just 99 cents. Valued at $99.99, this package adds to existing must-haves for all cricket fans. To catch all the games from Australia and New Zealand, fans only need to call DISH and mention “cricket 99.” It’s just one more way DISH provides fans the most cricket anywhere.