In the United States, cricket is streamed on the Internet by both Willow TV and ESPN, as of 2015. Willow TV offers live cricket with a subscription, and ESPN offers the Caribbean Premier League for free, but other competitions require a subscription.
Willow TV, which costs about $15 per month, provides streaming services on a variety of devices, such as Apple TV, Internet-connected Samsung televisions, Roku, Chromecast and computers. On computers, streams are found on Willow TV's YouTube channel, but an app must be downloaded on other devices. Willow TV owns the broadcast rights to numerous cricket boards, such as the Board of Control for Cricket in India, Cricket Australia, Cricket South Africa, New Zealand Cricket and the West Indies Cricket Board.
ESPN owns the broadcast rights to the Caribbean Premier League, the ICC Cricket World Cup and the Indian Premier League. Caribbean Premier League streams, which are available for free, are streamed via ESPN3, which is accessible at Espn.go.com/watchespn, or it can be downloaded to numerous devices. Subscriptions for the ICC Cricket World Cup matches cost about $40 and Indian Premier League matches cost about $80, but customers who have subscribed to the World Cup receive a $10 discount.