News from Delhi: After the achievement of the Global T20 Canada, league owner Gurmeet Singh is currently position to begin the challenge of popularizing the game in Europe. The man at the back getting the big names to play their trade in Canada will be a part of the Euro T20 slam, you know co-hosted by Cricket Ireland, Cricket Scotland and Cricket Netherlands.
The Euro T20 Slam will become the famous and well-renowned tournament in future like Pakistan Super League, Indian Super League, and Bangladesh Super League. PSL and IPL are already generating huge revenue from commercials and supportive networks.
Verbal communication to Media, “piece of our choice external of the apparent profit-making profit to hosting a T20 league, is the impact we can have on the development of cricket in these three nations. Together, the opportunities for local players on a global stage, the sharing of global best practices and the generation of new streams of revenue can greatly enhance the game’s output.”
Gurmeet said that “the thought behind the move to join hands and engage in the European face up to is to help brilliant players get the opportunity to play against the best in the world as also help promote the game in areas where cricket isn’t admired.”
“These miniature measures can go a long way in sustaining countries who are trying to find their feet in international cricket. Everyone should help associate nations to make cricket an accurately global sport,” he said.
After the great success of the Global T20 league Canada, Gurmeet felt that the Euro T20 slam can help more new generation come into prominence and make a perfect profession out of playing the game.
“glance at the winner of the West Indian boys in the IPL, Rassie Van Der Dussen in the South African set-up and others. If we can replicate the expansion curve year after year for young and recognized players, both our tournaments would’ve served the game of cricket well,” he pointed. But Gurmeet also feels the need to have the bigger boards like the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) to come and help this and make an effort.
With an under the cap of ICC itself previously looking to reach untapped territories with the gentleman’s game, Gurmeet feels that the shortest format of the game is best suited to rope in new fans as also popularize the game in places where cricket is played mostly by expatriates.
With the various T20 leagues comes the chance of doubtful practices coming into being. But Gurmeet said that there will be no forbearance for any corrupt practice.
“Keeping the game away from the unwanted activities is of paramount consequence. We follow a strict ICC Anti Corruption and Security Unit (ACSU) Code of regulations and will double down on our security procedures at both competitions. When it comes to safety and corruption correlated activities, we won’t leave any stone unturned,” he pointed. IANS