ESPN Cricinfo

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The World's #1 Cricket Destination

With 20 years of heritage, ESPNcricinfo is the world’s leading digital cricket brand. Founded in 1993 and acquired by ESPN in 2007, ESPNcricinfo is committed to delivering an independent voice for comprehensive coverage of the sport and is available to cricket fans online and across mobile platforms.


Globally, ESPNcricinfo leads its top competitors in average minute audience, unique visitors, page views, average minutes per visitor, and total visits. Despite that leading position, it continues to grow. Across online, mobile and tablet devices (Web and apps) fans log up to 2 billion minutes of time spent each month with ESPNcricinfo globally and log millions of video views.

A Redesigned Experience

Prior to the Cricket World Cup 2015, ESPN Cricinfo launched a redesigned digital experience with a complete web responsive site, enhanced homepage and more in-depth quality content.


Additionally, ESPN Cricinfo continues to update its signature mobile app, featuring its fastest ever performance and a range of new features. Delivering the most comprehensive cricket coverage from across the world, the refreshed app will enhance fans’ ability to stay up to date with the latest news, info, scores and more.

Match Point

Match Point is ESPN Cricinfo's live studio show and offers a panel of top cricket analysts providing their opinions and predictions on the latest in the world of cricket.


Match Point was broadcasted live from Sydney overlooking the iconic Opera House during the Cricket World Cup 2015.

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The Match Point team on location in Sydney, Cricket World Cup 2015
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ESPN Cricinfo's new redesigned site

Inside the Numbers

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Cricket Site in the World

Uniques, Minutes, and Page Views

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More Unique Visitors than Next Closest Competitor

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More Minutes than Next Closest Competitor


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