CWI inks deal with Betbricks7

Cricket West Indies inks Betbricks7 deal

August 7, 2023

Cricket West Indies (CWI) has inked a new sponsorship agreement with Betbricks7 — an online live games and fantasy platform.

As per the agreement, Betbricks7 becomes the Principal Team Partner of the West Indies team playing the five-match T20I series against India. Betbricks7, thus, will gain branding visibility on the front of the West Indies jerseys. 

Dominic Warne, CWI’s Commercial Director, commented,

We’re very happy to welcome Betbricks7 into Cricket West Indies’ family of sponsors as the Title Sponsor for the West Indies for the T20I Series against India. This series will be filled with entertainment for all fans in the stands as well as to the hundreds of millions watching around the globe on TV and on their devices. Betbricks7 will be present on the front of the iconic West Indies maroon and gold shirt as the world follows this T20I Series.

Akash Khanna, Chief Marketing Officer, BetBricks7, said:

We are excited to be the Title Sponsor of the West Indies cricket team for the West Indies vs India T20I series in 2023. Cricket is hugely important to Caribbean heritage, culture, community and youth development. At BetBricks7, we have always been passionate about sports and the thrill it brings to millions of fans worldwide.

The sponsorship comes as the West Indies step onto the field against India ready for the much-anticipated T20I Series, and they carry with them the hopes and dreams of millions of fans. Joining forces with the West Indies team for the T20I series against India allows us to bring that passion to the forefront and be a part of an exceptional cricketing experience.

Aditya Chaudhuri

Hailing from the City of Joy, the things that bring me joy are cricket, a good non-tilt CS:GO session, F1 and movies.

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