The International Cricket Council, where it brings something new to bring fans out of the stadium before every major event, has brought a new idea for the upcoming World Cup next year.
On Monday, the ICC released a statement in which it has told all the big cinemas around the world that they should offer their own suggestions to get the right to show the World Cup 2019.
According to the ICC statement, channels of individual cinemas, individual listeners and theaters have been given opportunity to submit suggestions to get regional or international rights.
In this statement issued by the ICC, it has also been said that Media Rights Agencies can also bid for giving rights to the ICC.
“ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 is one of the biggest competitions for one-day matches and it has an opportunity to get the ICC and World Cup that they have different platforms,” said Aarti Singh Dabas, head of Broadcast and Digital. Through this game and its biggest event could be reached to new fans.
He said: ‘Cinema screening will give you an opportunity to innovate in the coverage of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 so that fans and family members see and enjoy cricket competitions in a good environment.’
The idea was that before the last Cricket World Cup that happened in 2015, a mobile app was introduced from the ICC, which helped fans view live scores, shortlights of matches, short interviews of players, pictures Etc. was provided.
In addition, the International Cricket Council introduced several advanced technologies in the 2017 Champions Trophy in England.
These modern technologies used drones intended to give pitches, Bat at Intel’s son analyzed Bat Swing and Virtual Realty for the fans in the Stadium.