IPL 2018 Player Retention Live Streaming, Retained Player list

Indian Premier League player retentions used to take place via Emails since the establishment of the tournament. But from past few season IPL  player retentions is used to broadcast live on TV and live streaming via many digital platforms.

IPL 2018 Retention Live Streaming

As per the sources, the IPL 2018 Player Retention is set to take place on 4 January 2018. Let’s move below to check out where to catch IPL 2018 Player Retention Live Streaming and Retained Player list.

IPL 2018 Player Retention Live Streaming

The IPL 2018 Player Retention schedule held on 4 January 2018. The Star Sports channel will provide live broadcasting of IPL Player Retention 2018. Live telecasting will be available on Star Sports 2/HD, Star Sports Hindi 1/HD channel.

While for online live streaming of the IPL 2018 player retention is set to live streamed on Hotstar.com

The upcoming IPL 2018 is the 11th season of the tournament. Therefore all players contract with the repective team has been expressed thus all player have gone for IPL 2018 Player Retention. In the Player Retain ceremony, the main intention of every franchise owner to retain their key player from the ceremony.

As per the IPL Player Retain policy, every franchise can retain maximum five number of players.  They can retain player before the auction and two more players during the IPL Auction through the Right to Match (RTM) card.

The Thrice IPL winner along with defending champion, Mumbai Indian most probally will retain their key player, captain of the team Rohit Sharma along with Hardik Pandya and his brother Krunal Pandya. Delhi Daredevils is expected to retain Rishabh Pant and Shreyas Iyer in the IPL 2018 player retainon.

Earlier, the Sony Pictures network has right to broadcast IPL matches and along with all specials events on TV. They also digital right for IPL. But For the IPL 2018, Star Sports channel has acquired IPL Live Telecast along with live streaming. The Sar Sports channel acquired the right for next 5 years.