Pro Kabaddi League Season 10 Captivates 226 Million Viewers, Surpasses Previous Records

Pro Kabaddi League Season 10 achieves a record 226 million viewers, marking a 17% increase and surpassing previous milestones.

Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) Season 10 has achieved a remarkable feat, captivating an astounding 226 million viewers during the initial 90 matches. This showcases a significant 17% increase in reach compared to Season 9, establishing it as the only sport outside cricket to cross the 200-million mark multiple times.

Star Sports, the official broadcaster, has reported an impressive 38 billion minutes of watch time, reflecting a 15% surge compared to Season 9 during the same period. The rise in Television Rating (TVR) by 22% further underscores the growing popularity of Kabaddi among Indian sports enthusiasts.

PKL Season 10 has already surpassed last year’s viewership figures, with the playoffs and finals yet to be played. The playoffs are scheduled to commence on February 26 at Gachibowli Indoor Stadium in Hyderabad, with the Final set to take place on March 1.


A Star Sports spokesperson expressed appreciation for the passionate support of fans and highlighted the league’s continuous expansion and development. Season 10 solidifies the Pro Kabaddi League’s position as the second-biggest sporting property in India, providing a platform for emerging talent to showcase their skills alongside global icons.

Players such as Maninder Singh, Arjun Deshwal, Mohammadreza Shadloui, and Ashu Malik have played pivotal roles, captivating audiences with their exceptional performances, and making each match a thrilling spectacle.

As the league progresses, the competition intensifies, with nine teams still in contention for the five open spots in the playoffs. The PKL Season 10 concludes with a commitment to delivering a grand finale, marking a decade of growth and a steadfast dedication to providing a top-notch viewing experience.


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