Wednesday , June 16 2021

DRS make debut; 200-plus Nations

Dubai The DRS system, which uses the balloon tracking and edge detection technology, is doing the first ever cricket committee in the World Twenty20 event, which will take place this year's women's edition, scheduled to begin in western India on Friday.

A tournament that is separated from the men's event for the first time to give their identity and placed on the international cricket calendar, sees all matches broadcast live in over 200 countries around the world.

"Based on the pace of the ICC cricket competition last year, which broke all viewers with 180 million viewers, coverage is part of ICC's commitment to accelerate the growth of women's gaming, reflecting the growing demand for women's cricket, 70% of cricket billions plus fans say they want a more comprehensive female in the latest ICC global market research project, "ICC said in a press release.

Star Sports, the ICC Global Broadcast Partner and its licensees bring blankets to fans around the world living and highlights television in nearly 160 regions. Although Live Digital Cover – simulcasts on mobile devices and other digital platforms, such as Hotstar India and the rest of the world, and channel applications such as ESPN Play in the host country, are available worldwide – in more than 200 regions.

The 19 confirmed partners include Star Sports (India and the rest of India), Sky Sports (United Kingdom and Ireland), SuperSport (South Africa and Sub-Saharan Africa), OSN (Middle East North Africa), Fox Sports (Australia ), Willow TV (USA), Sky TV (New Zealand), Ten Sports (Pakistan), ESPN (Caribbean), Gazi TV (Bangladesh) (Southeast Asia) and Digicel (Pacific Islands).

Aarti Singh Dabas, Director of Media Rights, Broadcast and Digital, said: "The ICC Women's World Championships last year showed that the demand for women's games is huge, providing comprehensive information on the Pinnacle Women's event in T20 format is catering for growing demand for fans to gain more and better coverage cricket. "

"We are fortunate enough to send Star Sports Leaders who are committed to increasing the game of women and providing such a wide coverage that shines the light of new heroes and role models," he added.

Anjum Chopra, former Greek player Lisa Sthalekar, former cricket transmitter Melanie Jones, former captain of England Nasser Hussain, former Indian cats Sanjay Manjrekar and former western-style bowler Ian Bishop, including the 14-member panel, commented on the event's commentary.

"The women's cricket has improved with leaps and thats what we see now is a very high quality cricket. The ICC Women's World Cup last year was a huge way of sending and consuming cricket for women, and it's no surprise, we now see all 23 ICC Women's World T20. the live broadcast, which is the first of a separate women's world T20 and I'm sure that the fans around the world are waiting for this event to be a part of this, "said Chopra was saying publication.

The ICC Women's World T20 is scheduled for November 9 to November 24 in West Indies. The hosts are current defensive masters who have introduced eight wickets in Australia's 2016 edition.

"Women in Blue" launches their campaign against New Zealand in their Group B match in Guyana on Friday.

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