Watch and Earn with Myco Official Digital Media Rights for PSL 9

Watch and Earn with Myco a Digital Media App for PSL 9

Myco a digital media App purchased the official broadcasting rights for the HBL PSL Season 9 2024.

Myco is a global platform that operates in 204 countries and has over 6.5 million registered users. It provides live sports along with a vast library of over 500,000 content items, which includes documentaries, films, and a variety of creator and influencer relationships.

Watch PSL on Myco App: Daikhty Jao Kamaty Jao

Myco Lagao new initiative, Daikhty Jao Kamaty Jao allows users to watch PSL matches in high definition cricket matches along with a “Watch & Earn” option that turns viewers into millionaires.

Enhancing the “Watch & Earn” method involves integrating it with Simpaisa, myco’s payment partner. Users can quickly withdraw their earnings and deposit them into any of Pakistan’s major digital wallets and more than 35 bank accounts. This facilitates a seamless and effortless rewarding experience overall.

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Myco’s success story picked up steam during the 2023 ICC World Cup, as we became the go-to option for cricket fans. Myco distributed over 20 million PKR worth of advertising income to over 250,000 highly engaged viewers while trending at the top of both app and play stores.

We will keep streaming the SPL, SAT20, ILT20, and other cricket competitions in Pakistan and throughout the world. Myco has a long history of working with major international racing, squash, and tennis festivals in addition to the PCB, the English Premier League, and the Emirates Cricket Board.

Co-founder and COO of Myco, Somair Rizvi, showed his excitement by saying, “We are dedicated to providing our Pakistani viewers with access to premium sporting events and content libraries.” This action demonstrates our commitment to providing our audience with high-caliber entertainment and gives them a long-term financial and creative stake in the content economy.

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