Legends League Cricket opens registration for players draft for the season starting Sept 2023
Legends League Cricket Masters registers overall reach of 1.48 billion across the world.(photo:Twitter)
New Delhi : The Legends League Cricket has announced that the next edition of the franchise-based tournament will take place in September 2023, and the registrations for players’ draft are now open.After a successful LLC Masters in Doha with a massive reach of 1.48 billion globally, it will be interesting to see the multiple-team franchise-based tournament take the centre stage.
The inaugural edition of the tournament saw participation from India Capitals, Manipal Tigers, Gujarat Giants, and Bhilwara Kings with the India Capitals being crowned champions when they defeated Bhilwara Kings by 104 runs.
While the new season targets bringing new fans into Legends League Cricket, the tournament itself will attract a new set of players. With more than 100 players participating from 9 countries last September, this year it is expected to touch 150 players.
As the window for player registrations is live, the players can register through the official website www.llct20.com. “We are pleased to announce the next edition of Legends League Cricket, which will be bigger and better.
The bandwagon and star cast of the best cricketers from the yesteryears will travel throughout India and play at multiple venues, allowing the fans to come closer to their heroes. Now with players taking retirement from active cricket, they are considering Legends League Cricket as their 2nd inning.
“With Aaron Finch, Suresh Raina and other star cricketers joining us, the tournament is attracting a lot of eyeballs. Also, with the addition of new players, the average age has gone down from 41 years to 38 years.
The franchise format will also add a bit of spice to the mix, making the contests and equations more exciting across the board. And with the recent success of the LLC Masters, we are sure that this season will be no less,” said Raman Raheja, Co-Founder and CEO, of Legends League Cricket.
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