Maharaja Trophy T20 2022: Where to Watch the tournament on TV, Online, and Live Streaming Details

Maharaja Trophy T20 2022: Where to Watch the tournament on TV, Online, and Live Streaming Details

The tournament will start on August 7 in Mysore.

Roger Binny in Maharaja Trophy Launch
Roger Binny in Maharaja Trophy Launch. (Photo Source: KSCA)

The Maharaja Trophy KSCA T20 competition will begin on August 7 in Mysore, with Hubli Tigers and Mangalore United taking on each other in the league opener. The league will relocate to Bangalore a week later for the remaining league games, the playoff and the final, which will take place on August 26.

The prestigious Twenty20 cricket competition will be held in honour of the late HRH Srikantadatta Narasimharaja Wadiyar, Maharaja of Mysore and former President of the KSCA. There will be a total of 18 matches in Mysore, and then a total of 16 matches, including the championship game, will take place in Bengaluru at the Chinnaswamy Stadium. Emerging stars from the state will have the chance to perform in front of a packed stadium and under floodlights during the two-week T20 spectacle.

Six teams from Bengaluru, Mysore, Hubli, Shivamogga, Raichur, and Mangalore will compete in the competition to win the top spot. The competition will be open to all of the finest cricketers who are up to 35 years old. KSCA will designate the captains and vice captains for the teams, and we will allocate support personnel to each of the six teams when the teams are formed through a player draft.

When and where to watch the Maharaja Trophy KSCA T20 tournament?

The games will be broadcasted by Star Sports on television. The live streaming will happen on FanCode app.

Maharaja Trophy KSCA T20 Squads

The Kalyani Bengaluru Blasters: Mayank Agarwal, Suchith J, Anirudha Joshi, Pradeep T, Kranthi Kumar, Chetan LR, Aneesh KV, Kumar LR, Rakshith S, Rishi Bopanna, Santok Singh, Suraj Ahuja (WK), P Gurbax Arya, Lochan Gowda, Ronit More, Shaun Tristan Joseph, Kush Marate, Tanay Valmik.

The Hubli Tigers: Abhimanyu Mithun, Luvnith Sisodia (WK), Koushik V, Liyan Khan, Naveen MG, Anand Doddamani, Shivkumar BU, Tushar Singh, Akshan Rao, Zahoor Farooqi, Rohan Naveen, Saurav Srivastav, Sagar Solanki (WK), Gowtham Sagar, Roshan Ashwathiah, Rahul Singh Rawat, Shishir Bhawane, Sharan Goud.

Gulbarga Mystics: Manish Pandey, Devdutt Padikkal, Karthik CA, Manoj Bhandage, Vidwath Kaverappa, Kruthik Krishna, Abhilash Shetty, Kushaal M Wadhwani, Pranav Bhatia, Shrijith KL (WK), Ritesh Bhatkal, Mohit BA, Rohan Patil, Dhanush Gowda, Mohammed Aqib Jawad, Shreesha Achar, Jeshwanth Acharya, Aaron Christie.

Mangalore United: Abhinav Manohar, Samarth R, Vyshak V, Amit Verma, Venkatesh M, Aneeshwar Gautam, Sujay Sateri, Rohith Kumar AC, Macneil Noronha, Sharath HS, Shashi Kumar K, Nikin Jose SJ, Raghuveer Pavalur, Amogh S, Chinmay NA, Aditya Somanna, Yashovardhan Parantap, Dheeraj J Gowda.

Shivamogga Strikers: K Gowtham, KC Cariappa, Rohan Kadam, Siddharth KV, Darshan MB, Stalin Hoover, Avinash D, Smaran R, Sharath BR (WK), Rajvir Wadhwa, Rajendra Danganavar, Utham Aiyappa, Chaitanya S, Shreyas BM, KS Devaiah, Vinay Sagar, Shreyas SP, Punith S.

Mysore Warriors: Karun Nair, Shreyas Gopal, Shubhang Hegde, Pavan Deshpande, Vidyadhar Patil, Nihal Ullal, Prateek Jain, Lochan Appanna, Chiranjeevi GS, Naga Bharath, Bharath Duri, Shivraj S, Monish Reddy, Varun Rao TN, Rahul Prasanna, Nitin Bhille, Aditya Goyal, Abhishek Ahlawat.