Asia Cup 2022: FairPlay News roped in as the official national team sponsor of the Sri Lanka Cricket Team for Asia Cup

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Asia Cup 2022: FairPlay News roped in as the official national team sponsor of the Sri Lanka Cricket Team for Asia Cup
Asia Cup 2022: FairPlay News roped in as the official national team sponsor of the Sri Lanka Cricket Team for Asia Cup

Asia Cup 2022: FairPlay News roped in as the official national team sponsor of the Sri Lanka Cricket Team for Asia Cup

Asia Cup 2022: Dasun Shanaka-led Sri Lanka Cricket team will be donning a new name on their jerseys for the Asia Cup as FairPlay News becomes the official national sponsor for the squad.

Sri Lanka Cricket’s CEO welcomed the new sponsors and expressed his optimism that the partnership would be advantageous for Sri Lankan cricket.

He said:

“We are extremely happy to welcome Fairplay News as the official sponsors of the national team during the upcoming Asia Cup and hope that this partnership will augur well for the sports site.”

The Director of FairPlay News stated:

“We are proud to be the Sri Lankan Cricket Team Sponsors. This association has given Fairplay News the right opportunity to be able to stand true to our name. And also the work which imbibes the virtues of sport.”

For the Asia Cup, which begins on August 27 in the UAE. Dasun Shanaka and his 20-person team will sport jerseys bearing the name FairPlay News. A division of FairPlay Sports, a rapidly expanding multi-vertical group with its presence in Sports News.

FairPlay News, the top source for sports news and updates in the nation, is a relative newcomer to the Fantasy Sports market.

Due to the country’s political unrest and economic instability. The Asia Cup was moved from Sri Lanka to the UAE from where it was originally planned to take place. Following its greatest financial crisis in history. Sri Lanka has experienced months of food and gasoline shortages, blackouts, and escalating inflation. In light of the current unrest, this association is very much appreciated by the cricketing community.

The Sri Lankan team is grouped with Bangladesh and Afghanistan in the second division. On August 27, they will face Afghanistan in their opening game. The competition set to held in the United Arab Emirates from August 27 to September 11.