Disney+Hotstar to offer exciting offers on the occasion of IPL 2020

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If you are a sports lover and are even mildly interested in cricket, you might have heard of the Indian Premier League or IPL, commonly referred to as India ka Tyohaar (India’s Celebration). This year, to bring cheer on all the frowns, IPL is back, and, on the occasion of the same, Disney+Hotstar is offering some new features and a special offer. What are they? Let us discuss in brief.

Disney+Hotstar Membership Offering

First of all, you need to know, one can view all the IPL matches via Disney+Hotstar, which is an exclusive feature that no other OTT platform can offer. For this, the brand has come up with some features to ensure viewers have fun while watching the game. Users of the app can enjoy via the Watch’N Play feature which is a social feed that allows a nationwide virtual community of cricket lovers to share their excitement with each other.

Additionally, one can also use the Ball-by-ball prediction feature or game and try to guess what the next ball will result in and if they win, they get points that also come with some prizes. To add to that, there is also the new ‘Hotshots’ feature that allows one to take selfies or ‘Duets’ which lets fans create special videos.

Disney+Hotstar IPL

Coming to the offer, the brand endorsement is being done by famous actor Sonu Sood, who in the advertisement shares his excitement and unveils a special offer that gives users 13 months of membership for the price of 12-months. Users can avail this by the hashtag #FanHitMeinJaari and log on to a special link from where when the user purchases the 12-month membership, they get 1 additional month. Do note, this is applicable for the initial weekend (19-20th Sep), so, hurry to avail the offer.

Are you excited about the IPL? Let us know if you are in the comments section below.

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