The Caribbean Premier League is an annual Twenty20 cricket tournament that’s held in (you guessed it!) the Caribbean. The tournament is played between six teams and there’s a total of 34 games in all. No two matches are scheduled at the same time, so you really can watch the entire Caribbean Premier League tournament if you want. But in order to stream from some locations, you’ll need a VPN (short for “Virtual Private Network”).
We only recommend official sources for watching the Caribbean Premier League online. Although unlicensed streams may be available, we don’t recommend them due to their inferior quality (low resolution and lag) and invasive ads. Unauthorized streams also risk being taken offline for violating copyright, leaving you in the lurch without a stream for the match. Besides, there are plenty of quality official sources that allow you to watch all Caribbean Premier League games.
Caribbean Premier League matches are only available to stream on region-locked streaming platforms. If you want to continue watching your home streaming service while traveling abroad, you’d have to connect to a VPN to do so.
How to watch the Caribbean Premier League from anywhere with a VPN
New to VPNs and not quite sure how to get started? All you need to do is follow the instructions below and you’ll be all set in a matter of minutes.
Here’s how to watch the Caribbean Premier League live online from abroad:
- First, you’ll need to sign up with a VPN provider. We recommend NordVPN although you can also stream live sport with the likes of Surfshark and ExpressVPN.
- Download and install the VPN app that’s compatible with your streaming device (or devices). All of the above VPNs allow multiple simultaneous connections.
- Log in to the VPN app and connect to a server in the country of the streaming service you’re trying to access.
- If all is working as it should, you can now stream the Caribbean Premier League without any further issues.
- Still blocked? Clearing your cookies should resolve the issue. Failing this, it’s worth switching servers to change your IP address.
Caribbean Premier League matches are broadcast live. We recommend testing your new VPN with your preferred streaming platform well ahead of time. That way, you still have time to get in touch with your VPN’s customer support if you need to troubleshoot any issues.
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How to stream the Caribbean Premier League live online
USA & Canada
You can watch the Caribbean Premier League live online in the US on Willow TV. You might already have the channel as part of your cable TV subscription. If not, a monthly online subscription to Willow TV costs USD $9.99. An annual plan is $69.99.
Willow TV is also available on Sling TV, although this option is more expensive ($40/month for the base subscription and then a further $10/month for the Cricket Mini add-on). Willow TV is available in the US and Canada, while Sling TV is only offered in the US. To watch Willow TV or Sling TV from abroad, a VPN with a US IP address is required. NordVPN has a 30-day money-back guarantee so you can try it with Sling and Willow risk-free.
TNT Sports is the home of the Caribbean Premier League in the UK. It may be that you already have a subscription, in which case, you need only sign in to stream the cricket at no added cost.
Don’t want to have to commit to a lengthy contract? Fortunately, there’s another way to watch online. TNT Sports on Discovery+ costs GBP £20 a month and you can cancel any time. You can then stream via the Discovery+ website or app.
TNT Sports and Discovery+ are only available in the UK, so you need a UK IP address via a VPN to stream it from overseas.
To stream the Caribbean Premier League in India, you need to sign up with FanCode, a streaming service. It’s possible to purchase individual match passes, but this quickly becomes expensive if you want to stream many games. A tour pass costs ₹199 monthly or ₹699 yearly for an unlimited live stream pass.
Watching the Caribbean Premier League on FanCode outside India is only possible by connecting to an Indian VPN server (likely to be a virtual server).
Cricket fans in Australia can watch the Caribbean Premier League on Fox Sports. If you have a Foxtel subscription, then you already have access to it. Simply go to the Foxtel Go app and log in using your subscriber details.
There are a couple of cable-free options as well: Foxtel Now and Kayo Sports. Of the two, Kayo Sports is the more affordable with plans starting from AUD $25 a month. Foxtel Now is pricier because you need to purchase the Essentials pack ($25/month) as well as the $29/month Sports Pack. This works out at $54/month. However, Foxtel Now does come with a 10-day free trial compared to the 7-day free trial offered by Kayo Sport.
Should you travel outside Australia, you’ll find Foxtel Go, Foxtel Now, and Kayo Sports to be region-locked. Regain access by connecting to a VPN server in Australia for an Australian IP address.
You’ll find the Caribbean Premier League on Sky Sport in New Zealand. Sky subscribers can already start streaming the cricket at no additional cost. A contract-free option called Sky Sport Now includes both Sky Sport and ESPN. Weekly (NZD $24.99), monthly ($44.99) and annual ($449.99) passes are available. Due to geographic restrictions, you can only stream Sky Sport from outside New Zealand with a New Zealand IP address via a VPN.
Watch Caribbean Premier League: FAQs
Can I use a free VPN to watch the Caribbean Premier League?
In all likelihood, a free VPN will struggle to access most streaming services showing Caribbean Premier League matches. Free VPNs don’t typically offer many servers or server locations. The few IP addresses they do have are quickly identified and blacklisted by sites, preventing them from unblocking content. Besides, free VPNs are far too slow for streaming live sport anyway. Most engage in bandwidth throttling and this can result in low resolution, laggy streams.
Another area of concern with free VPNs is their lack of security. Some won’t properly encrypt your data and this leaves it vulnerable to hackers and snoopers alike. Others may lack key security features such as a kill switch. The best VPNs charge for their services through a subscription, while free VPNs spam you with annoying, irrelevant ads. They may even compromise your privacy by keeping logs of your data and selling them to the highest bidder.
Will using a VPN slow down my internet connection?
Yes, you can expect some slowdown when connected to a VPN. The reason for this is that your internet traffic is being re-routed to the VPN server before being forwarded to its destination. This plus the encryption process (to protect it from security threats) creates extra steps in the process that impact speed.
Despite the above, not every VPN will have a noticeable impact on your internet connection. Some VPNs are simply faster than others due to using faster, more lightweight VPN protocols (such as WireGuard), or offering unlimited bandwidth. The fastest VPNs are capable of streaming content in 4K resolution without suffering from performance issues. Furthermore, the closer a server to your physical location, the faster the connection is likely to be.
Is it legal to use a VPN to stream the Caribbean Premier League?
VPNs are perfectly legal in most countries. Provided you’re in a country in which VPNs are legal, then you can legally stream the Caribbean Premier League using a VPN. Even in countries such as China, Russia, and Turkey which have strict internet censorship, VPN use isn’t outright illegal. It’s just that many VPNs have been blocked. In these cases, you should exercise caution.
Note: We are not lawyers and nothing in this article should be taken as legal advice.