BCCI approves Jio’s request to broadcast IPL in 4K video resolution : Here’s what we know so far

India is often considered to be the country with the most cricket fans in the world. The Indian Premier League (IPL) has received an overwhelming response so far. Watching IPL matches is exciting for many Indians today.

Recently, Utsav Techie, a tech content creator on YouTube posted on Twitter about BCCI approving Jio’s request to broadcast IPL matches in 4K.

Have a look at this tweet.

Now, Jio Cinema and Sports 18 are set to broadcast IPL matches in 4K video resolution. This will enhance the viewing experience of many. Earlier, 1080 p HD video resolution was used in order to broadcast the IPL matches by Hotstar. In the year 2022, it was the official partner for airing IPL matches.

The 4K resolution will bring in a revolution due to its top-notch and uncompromised quality. It is truly 4 times better than the 1080 p HD resolution.

While Jio-led brands are always working on improving their technical abilities, they strive to be the best in the market. The Jio-led brands are also working on fixing technical glitches if any. Prior to this, they streamed the FIFA 2022 matches wherein a few issues were encountered. So, the upgradation will be a move to observe.

As per My Smart Price, Sports 18 which is led by Jio will target over 500 million users for IPL streaming.

As per reports BCCI has given approval to Jio to live stream IPL matches in 4K resolution. And guess what, Jio Cinema app will be live-streaming IPL matches for free. Isn’t it exciting?

However, IPL enthusiasts are already pumped up about this new development. What we know so far is that this is going to be huge.

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