New Zealand Cricket has announced BYJU’s, India’s major education technology company as the co-sponsor of the upcoming home series against India, featuring 5 ODIs and 3 T20s.
BYJU’S being launched in the year 2015 is the India’s largest E-tech company and the creator of learning programs for students in grades 4th to 12th and competitive exams and has become the most favored and preferred school learning app for students in India. At present, BYJU’S has over 25 million students learning from the app that has been designed to adapt itself to the unique learning style of every student.
The Series will be a crucial one for the India for being the final foreign tour before the mega event of ICC World Cup in England.
In order to make the series more frenzy to the Indian audience, New Zealand Cricket has tied up with the India subcontinent Broadcast partner Star Sports and have introduced prime time match scheduled staring 07:30 am and 12:30 PM ITS for ODI’s and T20’s respectively. Star sports network and Hotstar will telecast the series.
Commenting on the co-sponsor association with India Tour of New Zealand 2019, Mrinal Mohit, chief operating officer, Byju’s said: “We are happy to be the co-sponsors of India-New Zealand cricket series which, we believe, is going to be a showcase of high quality sport and team-work. As sports has the ability to mould one’s personality towards achieving immense discipline and focus, we at Byju’s believe in the same motto and seek to inculcate these within our students. We hope that events like these act as a catalyst of encouragement for upcoming talent to go out, believe in themselves, and achieve what they want to.”
Commenting on behalf of TCM, commercial partners of New Zealand Cricket, Shashank Gulani, executive vice president, said: “A category leader, Byju’s recognizes the power of cricket to showcase their brand internationally while delivering impact to the millions of viewers in India. TCM is delighted to have Byju’s as the co-sponsor of the India Tour to New Zealand, which promises to deliver high quality competitive cricketto the millions of cricket lovers all around the globe.”