Cricket Tests New-Look ThreeNow


Within a week of the new ThreeNow site going live, the Warner Bros. Discovery platform will live-stream cricket for the first time.

Here’s the media release:

CRICKET TEST MATCH SERIES BANGLADESH VS. NEW ZEALAND TO STREAM ONLY ON THREENOW 

Commencing tomorrow, the test match series is a landmark event for ThreeNow, as it’s the first time the free streaming service has live-streamed cricket in Aotearoa. 

Monday 27 November 2023 – Warner Bros. Discovery ANZ today announced that it has secured the two-test cricket series between Bangladesh and New Zealand, commencing Tuesday, 28 November 4.00pm NZDT, only on ThreeNow.

After the Black Caps clinched the earlier three-match ODI series 2-0, with the first match being washed out, the Tigers will be out to avenge this Test series on home soil.

In a thrilling showdown, set to captivate Kiwi audiences, cricket fans can stream exclusively via the ThreeNow app, whether they are at home or in the office – Black Cap fans do not have to miss a minute of the action.

The 1st Test will be played at the Sylhet International Cricket Stadium in Sylhet, Bangladesh – and is the Black Caps first Test on Bangladeshi soil since 2013.

First Test:  Tuesday 28 November to Saturday 2 December, live stream on the Three Sport pop up channel, available only on ThreeNow.

Second Test:  Wednesday, 6 December to Sunday 10 December, live stream on the Three Sport pop up channel, available only on ThreeNow.

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3 Responses to “Cricket Tests New-Look ThreeNow”


  1. Warning: preg_replace(): Unknown modifier '/' in /home/customer/www/screenscribe.net/public_html/wp-content/themes/headlines/includes/theme-comments.php on line 66
    November 28, 2023 at 8:50 am

    Nothing like cheap content to prop up a (relatively) empty library. But like Auckland cycleways if you offer it will the people come?

  2. Wait until Warner Bros. Discovery get the rights to the Olympics for New Zealand 😁

  3. I hope they get the NASCAR rights, then we can see how the Giz goes.

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