The live broadcast of the PM Cup was stopped after a 'copyright claim' came up on CAN's Facebook page

Kathmandu. The live broadcast of the ongoing Prime Minister's Cup Men's National Cricket Tournament (PM Cup) has been stopped after a copyright claim was received on the Facebook page of the Cricket Association of Nepal (CAN).

Through a notification, CAN has informed on its Facebook page that the live broadcast of the PM Cup has been temporarily suspended. CAN says that there is a problem with the live broadcast due to copyright claims on the Facebook page.

CAN said it is working to resolve the issue and will broadcast the game live as soon as possible. The PM Cup is regularly broadcast live on CAN's official YouTube channel.

Last updated: Jan 9, 2080 14:17


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