In an unprecedented move, the International Cricket Council (ICC) has announced a series of digital first for the ICC Women’s world T20 happening in West Indies in the wake of bringing cricket even closer to the event.
Marking it for the first time, The ICC will introduce content of the match in Hindi and Bengali.
For the Indian cricket enthusiast, the ICC in an unprecedented initiative will share content in Hindi and Bengali; the ICC shared the news on its official website.
Exclusively planned to offer a series of best daily and features in Hindi and Bengali for millions of fans across the world, the ICC represents its first foray into multi-lingual content.
Apart from this, global fans will be able to listen without missing any action of the match through a live English audio commentary stream run by the BBC.
The official tournament website www.worldtwenty20.com can also be used to follow the live action of the match.
The website of the tournament has everything that a fan needs to know including live match blogs, exclusive content, and interactive quizzes and in-depth team and player pages.
The tournament of ICC Women’s T20 is starting today (Friday) which will run till 24th of November.
The inaugural 10-team tournament is being played as a standalone event between Australia, Bangladesh, England, India, Ireland, New Zealand, Pakistan, South Africa, and Sri Lanka and hosts West Indies.