FanCode, the Indian digital sports platform, has secured exclusive live-streaming rights to Afghanistan’s cricket tour of Bangladesh, which began today (February 23).

The live-streaming digital sports platform, which launched in 2019, will cover all the action live from the five-match tour, which comprises three one-day internationals and two Twenty20s.

The ODIs and T20s will take place in Chattogram and Dhaka respectively, running through until March 5.

This adds to FanCode’s coverage of Bangladesh cricket, which already includes covering the country’s domestic Bangladesh Premier League T20 competition.

In terms of the rest of its cricketing portfolio, it also shows all West Indies international fixtures, second-tier ‘pathway’ national team events organized by the International Cricket Council, English domestic cricket's 'Hundred', and the European Cricket League, while in other sports it holds rights to American football’s NFL, German soccer’s Bundesliga, and basketball’s NBA. 

It is owned by the same holding company, Dream Sports, as Dream11, the Indian fantasy sports platform.