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FanCode to broadcast West Indies - India series

FanCode to broadcast West Indies – India series

June 3, 2022

Multi-sport aggregator platform FanCode has been announced as the Exclusive Broadcaster for the upcoming India tour of West Indies 2022.

FanCode, which is owned by Dream Sports, parent company of Dream11, had previously signed a four-year media rights deal with the Cricket West Indies in April 2021.

As per the new deal. FanCode will be the only channel broadcasting the series aside from DD Prasar Bharati. The entire tour will not be aired on any other private satellite channels. 

Johnny Grave, CEO, Cricket West Indies, stated:

Our four-year deal with FanCode has brought Indian cricket fans closer to CWI’s live properties across multiple formats that have featured the top cricketing nations like South Africa, Pakistan, Australia and England. FanCode has become the go-to platform for Indian fans to consume cricket in a digital-first manner which has redefined the sports viewing experience.

Prasana Krishnan, Co-founder, FanCode, added:

We are bringing the series to our consumers. Our long-term partnership with CWI is a testament of our commitment to provide our users with a fan-first digital experience. FanCode will ensure a customised and seamless experience, right from the choice of their preferred language, match graphics, real-time highlights, to a multitude of subscription options.

The agreement makes FanCode the first-ever digital-only platform which will be hosting a bilateral series in which India will be playing. 

The Indian tour of the West Indies kicks off on July 22 and will last till August 7, 2022. The tour will consist of three ODIs and five T20Is. 

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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