Cricket Australia has secured its next domestic media rights deal.
The national governing body for cricket has extended its domestic media rights agreement with pay-TV operator Foxtel and free-to-air TV broadcaster Seven Network in a seven-year deal worth $1 billion.
- The pact runs from 2024 through the end of the 2030-31 season.
- It covers all home men’s and women’s international matches.
- The Big Bash Leagues — two Twenty20 competitions — are also included.
In December, Paramount was expected to win domestic media rights with a seven-year, $1 billion bid later matched by Foxtel and Seven.
Cricket Australia landed a deal with Disney worth $250 million in July to broadcast games in India via Disney Star, a content hub within the Disney+ streaming service.
The deal — which runs from 2024 through…