India has launched its first-of-its-kind live cricket streaming app, the Bharat Forge, to give cricket fans the latest news and scores from around the country.
The app, which was developed by the Indian Cricket Association, is a live feed of the Test matches and T20 matches that India has staged for the past seven years.
It is a service that allows users to watch the game, but also to access highlights and other live content, like video clips.
The Bharat Steam service launched last year, which had a similar app.
The Bharat Valve service is based on an open source application that allows viewers to access live videos and scores in HD.
The app has a live player interface with multiple feeds, which allows users a total of four views to the live video feed at any time.
The live stream will be available in India, where the Indian Premier League is based, and in the United States, the NFL and MLB.
The game will be streamed live from 6pm to 11pm IST (0800 to 1200 GMT) daily on Tuesday, and then in Hindi, English and Portuguese.
India’s IPL franchise, the Mumbai Indians, will be the first team to be streamed, along with the Mumbai Cricket Association and Indian Premier Leagues, the two professional leagues in India.
The Indian Premier league is currently playing in the first phase of its inaugural season, and the first match is being played in Mumbai.