Betway partners with Major League Cricket 

July 12, 2023
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The competition will run from July 13 to July 31, 2023 at stadiums in Texas and North Carolina.

Betway has announced it will become an Official Partner of Major League Cricket (MLC).

A new T20 competition will take place in two stadiums in the US: Grand Prairie Stadium, Texas and Church Street Park, North Carolina. The competition will be called ‘Major League Cricket Powered by Betway’.

The T20 series will run from July 13 to July 31, 2023.

A total of six teams will be competing and they are: the Los Angeles Knight Riders, MI New York, San Francisco Unicorns, Seattle Orcas, Texas Super Kings and Washington Freedom. The tournament will also feature stars of the sport including Faf du Plessis, Kieron Pollard, Quinton de Kock, Jason Roy and more.

They will play 18 matches to decide who will play in the MLC Championship Final.

Anthony Werkman, CEO of Betway said, “It’s with great pride to announce that we’re powering the inaugural Major League Cricket; the newest innovative cricket competition in the world.

“Cricket is a globally renowned sport both we and our customers love, so we’re thrilled to be part of another new competition, which will aid the growth of the sport in the US and beyond.”

Sameer Mehta, Co-Founder of Major League Cricket said, “Major League Cricket is bringing cricketers to America, so it is fitting that the historic inaugural season will be “Powered by Betway,” who have become a renowned brand supporting global sports properties.

“We are thrilled by Betway’s commitment to growing cricket in America and we can’t wait for a memorable season to get underway soon.”

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