Toffee set to broadcast ICC T20 World Cup in Bangladesh

Toffee set to broadcast ICC T20 World Cup in Bangladesh. A number of major ICC competitions are cover by the exclusive streaming rights, including the forthcoming ICC Twenty20 World Cup, ICC Men’s Champions Trophy, and ICC Women’s World Cup.

Banglalink has announced that it has obtained exclusive digital broadcast rights for six esteemed ICC World Cup events over the next two years, providing fans of cricket throughout Bangladesh with additional information. Today, the telecom behemoth revealed its plans, which is a huge step forward for sports fans all around the country. Banglalink’s Chief Commercial Officer in Bangladesh, Upanga Dutta, expressed his excitement about the noteworthy announcement at an official press conference held at a city hotel. Moreover, He called it one of the most exciting developments for sports fans in the country.

“Today, I am genuinely privilege and please to present one of the most significant and exciting news for sports fans in the country. Banglalink also secured the exclusive streaming rights from the International Cricket Council through Total Sports Management for six prestigious men’s and women’s ICC events in 2024 and 2025,” said Banglalink chief commercial officer in Bangladesh Upanga Dutta at a city hotel in Gulshan, according to

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The exclusive broadcast rights span a number of high-profile ICC World Cup tournaments

Including the upcoming ICC Twenty20 World Cup, ICC Men’s Champions Trophy, and ICC Women’s World Cup. Banglalink seeks to meet Bangladesh’s growing demand for digital entertainment by presenting uninterrupted world-class cricket matches.

“We are dedicated to offering digital entertainment and sports entertainment to Bangladesh. A country passionate about sports. We take great pride in the fact that Toffee has drawn millions of viewers in just three years. Given that it was created and design by Bangladeshi engineers and is support by their fellow countrymen. ” Upanga stated.

“We pledge to the people of Bangladesh that we will continue to host top-notch cricket matches for the next two years. ” He continued.

Taimur Rahman, Banglalink’s Chief Corporate and Regulatory Affairs Officer. Stressed the company’s track record of delivering high-quality sports content to a large audience.

“We are particularly proud of having brought the FIFA World Cup to all Bangladeshis. As a result, we gained popularity. We have kept on offering a variety of sports content on the Toffee platform ever since,” he stated.

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