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ICC announce that the 2021 T20 World Cup will be Broadcasted in 200 Countries

The ICC is planning to make the upcoming T20 World Cup as one of the biggest broadcasting cricket events in the history of the sport. If their plan is successful then fans around 200 countries will be able to witness one of cricket’s biggest spectacles.

With the T20 World Cup returning after five years, ICC has added several new features that will help fans understand and enjoy the game much better. The ICC TV Broadcasting will have at least 35 cameras installed at all venues. Moreover, fans will be treated with live player tracking and dynamic field spot by quidich tracker, 4D replay, Spidercam and Cricviz.

Besides, for the first time in cricket history, everyone watching the world cup will be able to see off the bat tracking in some selective games. Hence fans have a lot in store as ICC is trying to expand the sport by broadcasting it in 200 countries.

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List of Commentators selected for the ICC T20 World Cup

Along with the brilliant addition of broadcasting the T20 World Cup to 200 different countries, ICC has also selected an epic commentary panel for the World Cup. The men’s T20 World Cup commentary team includes former players like world cup winning captain Darren Sammy, South African pacer Dale Steyn and Aussie all rounder Shane Watson.

spr 2021 oct 16 ICC announce that the 2021 T20 World Cup will be Broadcasted in 200 Countries

Moreover, the commentary team also features experienced commentators like Harsha Bhogle, Ian Bishop, Nasser Hussain, Natalie Germanos, Sunil Gavaskar, Michael Atherton and Simon Doull, Russel Arnold, Anjum Chopra, Murali Kartik, Athar Ali Khan, Bazid Khan, Mpumelelo Mbangwa, Preston Mommsen, Danny Morrison, Mark Nicholas, Niall O’Brien and Alan Wilkins.

After getting the opportunity to commentate at the biggest cricketing event, South African speedster Dale Steyn expressed his joy in an interview. “It’s an honour to be part of the commentary team at the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup and a pleasure to be watching all the action from close quarters. The game has changed a lot in recent times and there is some really exciting talent out there waiting to make its mark. I am sure there are lots of explosive performances and close finishes in store. I can’t really pick a team to win it yet, and that is what makes the tournament all that more exciting – all the unpredictability, along with the anticipation.”

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