Update: ZengaTV, the mobile video streaming delivery platform, has partnered with Sporty Solutionz to provide an exclusive mobile video streaming for the India-Sri Lanka 5 ODI’s and one T20 slated to start on July 21, 2012 in Sri Lanka. The partnership also provides ZengaTV with post-match highlights and the content will be made available on demand for a 30-day period post match. ZengaTV users will be able to watch the entire match or just a summary of the match in that 30-day period. Earlier: Online video service iStream.com has partnered with Sporty Solutionz to secure the exclusive live streaming and video on demand rights for the upcoming India-Sri Lanka Cricket series starting July 21, 2012. Sporty Solutionz claims to have previously received the exclusive Internet and mobile rights for this cricket series from Ten Sports. While the financial details of the deal were not disclosed, the company said that it will be live streaming all the six day-night matches on iStream.com and the content will be available on demand, for a month after the tournament ends. In addition, iStream.com will also offer pre and post-match highlights, team statistics, player profiles, trivia and other related video clips from the cricket series. Users can also sign-in through their Facebook account to post messages on the website or share any specific clip to their timeline. Last month, iStream had signed an similar deal with Neo Sports to live stream the premium Football championship UEFA Euro 2012 on its portal as well as provide access to video on demand for the entire month. iStream has not…
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