Bet Daily collaborates with CPL for 2020 edition
Bet Daily, a leading Asian online gaming platform will be collaborating with Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) for its latest edition, which will include international cricketers participating from across the globe.
Bet Daily offers a gamut of e-gaming services to sports and cricket fanatics.
Bet Daily will serve as the newest entrant in the tournament and the company said it is elated to announce itself as the official partner of Hero CPL.
A release from the CPL said that the significant features of this partnership will not only create thrilling content for sports fans to enjoy but also enable them to participate in various competitions that will give them the opportunity to win a fortune for themselves.
CPL is known as one of the best cricket leagues in the world features some of the best teams including Guyana Amazon Warriors, Jamaica Tallawahs, Barbados Tridents, St Kitts & Nevis Patriots, St Lucia Zouks and Trinbago Knight Riders.
The Bet Daily spokesperson said: “It is our pleasure to partner with Caribbean Premier League which is not only one of the prominent T20 leagues but also welcomes international cricketers from all across the world, gathering a diversity of people under the same umbrella and empowering them via cricket to play in unison under one roof. With this collaboration, along with indulging cricket fans in an intriguing match, we intend to encourage gaming and sports leagues in the country. This association will help us in taking sports to another level while putting forward our core message to the audience."
Jamie Stewart, CPL’s Commercial Director, said, “This will be a very different CPL, but it is no less exciting for fans watching at home. Having innovative and engaging partners like Bet Daily will only help enhance that fan experience. We are delighted to have them on board as an official partner for the 2020 season.”
To prevent any contamination and minimise the spread of the novel coronavirus disease, CPL 2020 will be played behind closed doors in Trinidad and Tobago, starting from August 18 and will feature 33 matches played at two venues in the country.