Pro Kabaadi League will kick off on December 22nd, 2021. Despite many difficulties, Mashal Sports assures top fans that Season 8 will take place this year. The 2020 Kabbadi season will not take place. Kabaddi fans no longer have to wait as Season 8 begins on December 22nd. Keep continuing reading to know How to watch season 8 Pro Kabaddi live free.
Matches of Pro Kabaddi 2021 will be played behind closed doors. There is an outbreak of Covid-19 in progress. To ensure the safety of the players and fans, the decision about the audience will be announced very soon. On the other hand, Kabaddi fans can watch all the action of PKL on Star Sports Network. The league will feature 12 teams.
Get complete details on PKL scheduled date and time.
Here are the apps on which you can watch season 8 Pro Kabaddi live free
Mobdro: Find free video streams online and enjoy them on your Android phone or tablet. The Mobdro app constantly searches the web for the best free video streams and delivers them to you. Click here to download this app if you can’t find it on the play store or App store.
AOS TV: Watch your favorite Live TV Channels in High Quality with Your Android Mobile in Real HD Quality. The app is also not available on the Play Store or the App Store. To download this app, click here.
Sling: Sling is another fantastic video streaming platform. You can watch TV channels such as TNT, ESPN, and others. There are several TV channels available to watch on it. The app is also available on the Google Play store.
Note: Sling is only available in the US.
Jio TV: Among all of these apps, Jio TV is the most popular one in India. With JioTV, you can watch Live TV channels and past 7 days’ programs from anywhere, anytime. You can enjoy JioTV’s wide range of TV channels (500+ channels, including 60+ HD channels) on your iPhones and iPads. To watch your favorite shows, you need a Jio Sim. You can download the app from the Play Store.
YuppTV: YuppTV is a South Asian content provider that offers live TV, catch-up TV, and unlimited movies. YuppTV enables broadcasters and content providers to reach their target audiences and allows consumers to access their content globally on six screens through connected TVs, STBs, PCs, smartphones, tablets, and game consoles. The app is also available in the Google Play Store, or you can download it from here.
These apps allow you to watch your favorite TV shows, Sports, Entertainment, Kids, etc., in high definition. Star Sports Network will broadcast Pro Kabaddi live in India. Indians who live in the USA and want to watch Pro kabaddi live can have a subscription on ESPN Plus.
Read more on how to subscribe and watch PKL on ESPN Plus.
PKL 8 auction: Pardeep Narwal bought for 1.65 crores by UP Yoddha, becomes a highest-bid player
UP Yoddha bought Pardeep Narwal, the highest-scoring raider in the Pro Kabaddi League (PKL), for Rs. 1.65 crores on Monday, making him the highest-paid player ever in the league’s history.
On the second day of the auction for Season 8 of the PKL, which will take place in December, UP bought Narwal.
In a media release issued by the PKL late Monday night, the league said Pardeep continues to write history, quashing the price tag of fellow raider Monu Goyat, who the Haryana Steelers acquired for Rs 1.51 crores in Season 6. After five seasons with the Patna Pirates, Narwhal finds himself in a new home.
The Telugu Titans retained Siddharth Desai via the Final Bid Match (FBM) card. 1.30 crore, up from his base price of Rs. 30 lakh.
On the second day, 22 overseas players were sold.
The Pirates acquired all-rounder Mohammadreza Shadloui Chiyaneh (base price Rs. 10 lakh), while the Bengal Warriors acquired defender Abozar Mohajermighani at Rs. 30.5 lakh from a base price of Rs. 20 lakh.
The Pirates used their FBM card to retain South Korean raider Jang Kun Lee for Rs. 20.5 lakh, according to a release.
Rahul Chaudhari spent six seasons with the Titans and Tamil Thalaivas before joining Puneri Paltan. The Jaipur Pink Panthers retained Deepak Niwas Hooda and Sandeep Kumar Dhull by using their FBM cards.
Manjeet for Rs. 92 lakh by the Thalaivas from his base price of Rs. 30 lakh.
Rohit Gulia also grabbed attention after being sold to the Haryana Steelers for Rs. 83 lakh, a significant increase from the Rs. 25 lakh he was paid in Season 7 by the Gujarat Fortunegiants.
Top five Indian players:
Pardeep Narwal – Rs. 1.65 crore — UP Yoddha
Siddharth Desai – Rs. 1.30 crore — Telugu Titans
Manjeet – Rs. 92 lakh — Tamil Thalaivas
Sachin Tanwar – Rs. 84 lakh — Patna Pirates
Rohit Gulia – Rs. 83 lakh — Haryana Steelers.
VIVO Pro Kabaddi – 2022
- Starting on 12/22 through 1/20, ESPN+ will have live coverage of every match in the VIVO Pro Kabaddi League, streaming in English and Hindi.
- Kabaddi is a team sport played between two teams of seven players. The objective of the game is for a single player on offense, referred to as a “raider,” to run into the opposing team’s half of court, touch out as many of their defenders as possible, and return to their half of the court, all without being tackled by the defenders.
- The VIVO Kabaddi League features 12 teams and is 8th season (started in 2014). It is the 2nd most-watched league in India after the IPL
- Matches this week:
- Mon, 12/27 at 9 AM ET, Tamil Thalaivas vs U Mumba
- Mon, 12/27 at 10 AM ET, UP Yoddha vs. Jaipur Pink Panthers
- Tue, 12/28 at 9 AM ET, Puneri Paltan vs. Patna Pirates
- Tue, 12/28 at 10 AM ET, Telugu Titans vs. Haryana Steelers
- Wed, 12/29 at 9 AM ET, Dabang Delhi KC vs. Bengal Warriors
- Wed, 12/29 at 10 AM ET, UP Yoddha vs. Gujarat Giants
- Thu, 12/30 at 9 AM ET, Jaipur Pink Panthers vs. U Mumba
- Thu, 12/30 at 10 AM ET, Haryana Steelers vs. Bengaluru Bulls
- Fri, 12/31 at 9 AM ET, Tamil Thalaivas vs Puneri Paltan
- Fri, 12/31 at 10 AM ET, Patna Pirates vs. Bengal Warriors