|Broadcast area||India, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Maldives, Bhutan, Bangladesh|
|Headquarters||Mumbai, Maharastra, India|
|Owner||Sony Pictures Network India (ultimately owned by Sony Corporation)|
|Launched||7 April 2012 |
4 February 2021 (HD Channel)
|TV Lanka Digital TV||Channel 42 (HD)|
|Fastway Cable||Channel 301 (SD) |
Channel 606 (HD)
|In Digital||Channel 425|
|Asianet Digital TV||Channel 300 (SD) |
Channel 808 (HD)
|Kerala Vision Digital TV||Channel 762 (SD) |
Channel 856 (HD)
|Dish TV||Channel 623 (SD) |
Channel 622 (HD)
|Tata Sky||Channel 484 (SD) |
Channel 483 (HD)
|Videocon d2h||Channels 423 (SD)|
Channel 928 (HD)
|Airtel digital TV||Channel 291 (SD) |
Channel 292 (HD)
|Sun Direct||Channel 508 (SD) |
Channel 975 (HD)
Sony SIX is an Indian pay television sports channel owned and operated by Sony Pictures Networks India which also owns Sony Entertainment Television and SET Max, all of which are ultimately owned by Sony Corporation. The channel is aimed at the youth segment and primarly airs Cricket tournaments. It was launched on 7 April 2012 and is the 14th sports channel in India. It also broadcasts original programmes like NBA Slam. Sony SIX Corner has been changed from Right-Up to Left-Up on 31 January 2021. It Also launched an HD channel on 4 February 2021 after the Match of Team Abu Dhabi vs Bangla Tigers in Abu Dhabi T10 League 2020. Sony SIX Corner has been changed from Left-Up to Right-Up on 6 February 2021.
Sony Six Corner Changes
Sony Six Corner has been changed from Right-Up to Left-Up on 31 January 2021. Sony Six Corner has been changed from Left-Up to Right-Up on 6 February 2021.
|International Cricket in Australia||2017-2023|||
|International Cricket in England||2018-2023|||
|International Cricket in Pakistan||2021-2023|||
|International Cricket in Sri Lanka||2020-2023|||
|Big Bash League||2017-2023|
|Pakistan Super League||2021-2023|||
|Caribbean Premier League||2014-2017|||
|Indian Premier League||2008-2017|
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