Legends League Cricket: SKYEXCH.NET to be title sponsor for the league

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Legends League Cricket: SKYEXCH.NET to be title sponsor for the league
Legends League Cricket: SKYEXCH.NET to be title sponsor for the league

Legends League Cricket: SKYEXCH.NET to be title sponsor for the league

The second season of Legends League Cricket, which is scheduled to run from September 17 to October 8, has secured a title sponsor.

SkyEXCH.NET has been named the title sponsor of the second season of the Legends League Cricket. The goal of SKYEXCH.NET, a one-stop online sports news hub, is to provide comprehensive coverage of the league.

Commenting on the announcement of the Title Sponsorship, Raman Raheja, Co-Founder & CEO, Legends League Cricket said:

“We welcome SKYEXCH.NET and I am confident that together we will be able to bring forth quality cricketing coverage for the fans. Our objective will be to ensure cricket fans get an enthralling account of the games and enjoy every bit of the action that takes place. Also we wish to have a long-lasting relationship, where we can help each other meet our objectives.”

Legends League Cricket: SKYEXCH.NET to be title sponsor for the league
Legends League Cricket: SKYEXCH.NET to be title sponsor for the league

The tournament set to begin on September 16 with an exclusive benefit match between the Indian Maharajas and the World Giants in an effort to extend the same level of excitement surrounding the Legends League Cricket as well. The website covers all Cricket leagues as well as other sports.

“Cricket is one of the most loving sports in India. We have been looking for properties where we can get the right kind of visibility and the last season was wonderful from a viewership standpoint. We hope to catch the right eyeballs for our brand too. Also we thank Absolute Legends Sports Pvt Ltd and wish them the best of luck for this season,” said, SKYEXCH.NET’s Managing Director Ian Michael Viner.

The league will feature 16 matches spread across five different cities. And also to played in India for the first time.

Legends of the game will participate in the league. To celebrate India’s 75th year of independence, World Giants and Indian Maharajas will face off in the curtain-raiser on September 16. While former World Cup champion and captain Eoin Morgan will captain the World Giants, former captain Sourav Ganguly will captain the Indian Maharajas.