ICC sets to write in Bangla on their website
The International Cricket Council (ICC) announced Thursday (on November 8) that they have initiated to publish multi-lingual content on their website and social media sites ahead of the ICC Women's World T20i to get more acquainted with the fans.
Bangla and Hindi are the two languages alongside English which ICC selected for their digital firsts for the ICC Women's World T20 keeping in mind the craze among ten millions of fans around the world, who speak in these two languages.
"Our sport has a wonderfully diverse fan base and multi-language content on the ICC website is a celebration of that. Features in Hindi and Bengali means more fans can enjoy the event wherever they are in the world," the CEO of the ICC David Richardson spoke out.
The 10 nation's divas cricket carnival is scheduled to kick off with the encounter between India and New Zealand at the Guyana National Stadium on November 9 while the final match of the tournament is scheduled to take place on November 24 at the Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Ground, Antigua.
ICC Head of Media Rights, Broadcast and Digital Aarti Dabas said, "We are very excited to be giving millions of fans around the world the chance to get closer to the ICC Women's World T20 and making it easier than ever before for fans to engage with the women's game."
The highest organisation of cricket revealed that the tournament website has everything fans need to know about the event including exclusive content, live match centre with live blogs and stats as well as interactive quizzes and in-depth team and player pages. There will be in-match clips and short form clipped highlights from every game, plus a brand new video section with team specific content, playlists and cinema view.