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National Fantasy Cricket Championship (NFCC) concludes on a high note, Aakansha Gupta from Madhya Pradesh crowned the First-ever National Fantasy Cricket Champion

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  • Aakansha Gupta from Ratlam, Madhya Pradesh crowned the first ever national fantasy cricket champion, will travel to Lord’s Cricket Ground – the Mecca of Cricket
  • The championship witnessed a total of 1,86,742 players making over 62 Lac teams throughout the championship series

New Delhi, 24th November 2021: National Fantasy Cricket Championship (NFCC) hosted on, which started with an objective to boost the fantasy sports landscape in India, concluded on a high note with Aakansha Gupta – a CA aspirant, hailing from Madhya Pradesh being crowned the ultimate champion with 783.5 points. With’s only 1% userbase consisting of women participants, the achievement stands unique. As #1 on the leaderboard, Aakansha will take home the winning prize pool and an opportunity to travel Lord’s Cricket Ground – the Mecca of Cricket.

The 23-days long multi-tier tournament recorded over 1.8 lakh total entries from across the country and saw over 62 lakhs teams being made during the period of the tournament, finally resulting in 11 fantasy cricket players being crowned champions from nine different states (Delhi, Madhya Pradesh, Bihar, Rajasthan, Gujarat, Uttar Pradesh, Jharkhand, West Bengal and Haryana).

Commenting on the success of the tournament, Mr. Saurabh Chopra, Co-Founder & CEO of said, “NFCC has truly outdone our expectations and has set the standards for the upcoming editions of the tournament which is scheduled to be organized alongside IPL 2022. Though, this was the very first edition the tournament, it has certainly set the tone for changing the perception about fantasy sports from “just about money” to “all about glory”. Further, I would want to congratulate Aakansha and all other 10 winners on their achievement.”

All the 11 winners will soon meet’s brand ambassador and the World Cup 2011 hero, Zaheer Khan along with legendary batsmen, S. Badrinath. While Aakansha gets the ultimate glory, the ten other winners will be awarded with a golden bat along with exclusive leaderboard cash prizes.

Talking about her victory and experience, Aakansha Gupta said, “NFCC was truly a unique experience for me. I have been indulging in fantasy sports since long but haven’t had the opportunity to compete in such a large-scale tournament where we felt that we are truly progressing in our own matchups as the tournament progresses. I would like to congratulate all the other winners and for coming up with such a unique concept.” 

The grand finale of National Fantasy Cricket Championship took place on the same day as the final of the T20 World Cup on November 14,2021.However, due to a tie for the top spot, the winner couldn’t be decided on the same day. Aakansha finally prevailed in a tough tiebreaker defeating Dayanidhi Sahoo from Gujarat for the ultimate crown in the 3rd T20I between India vs New Zealand. Both the players played across different fantasy cricket formats on While Aakansha won in Classic, Reverse and Innings Fantasy formats, Dayanidhi ruled the batting fantasy format. It was a tie between both the champions in Bowling fantasy.

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