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Usman Khawaja joins Prime Video for T20 World Cup

Usman Khawaja partners with Prime Video for ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2024

May 15, 2024

Australian professional cricketer Usman Khawaja has been announced as an Official Ambassador for the 2024 ICC Men’s T20 World Cup for OTT platform Amazon Prime Video.

As per the agreement with the platform’s Oceanic division, Khawaja will provide fans with insights and analysis from the games via the platform’s social media channels, while also starring in various advertising campaigns for it. 

Also read: ICC Men’s T20 Cricket World Cup 2024 Sponsors

Usman Khawaja commented:

I am very excited to be working with the team at Prime Video, for the ICC Men’sT20 World Cup this year. As a sports fanatic, I can’t wait to see the United States host the T20 World Cup Cricket for the very first time. Cricket is on like it never has been before. You’ve got one of the biggest sporting rivalries in the world with Pakistan and India taking place in the group stages, and our Aussies are shaping up extremely well. It is set to be a massive month of cricket and I can’t wait to watch all of it live and exclusively on Prime Video.

Hushidar Kharas, Head of Prime Video Australia and New Zealand, said:

Prime Video is delighted to have one of the most beloved members of Australian cricket, Usman Khawaj, as our official ambassador for the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup. World Cup Cricket is one of the world’s most watched sporting events, and we are thrilled to be able to give Prime members exclusive coverage of the biggest names in cricket fighting for the biggest prize in T20 live matches and on any device on Prime Video.

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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