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MUMBAI: SonyLIV, the OTT platform owned by Sony Pictures Networks India (SPN), has announced that the recently concluded India’s tour of Australia garnered the highest viewership figures online for any overseas cricket series featuring the Indian men’s national team.

Viewers have spent 7 billion minutes on SonyLIV for live action during the Australian tour, which featured 3 T20Is, 4 Test matches and 3 ODIs, Economic Times, collating data provided by BARC, reports.

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