Fantasy Cricket’s Comeback From Covid19
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Fantasy Cricket’s Comeback From Covid19

Fantasy Cricket’s Comeback From Covid19

There were many series matches that were cancelled or postponed abruptly because of Covid19. But since the economy is taking a big hit because of the pandemic, the authorities have decided to bring back your favorite sports. It is confirmed that La Liga will resume again from 12th of June and the English Premier League will resume again from 17th of June albeit coronavirus shows no sign of stopping and the situation is worse than before all over the world.

Let us see what is the future of cricket, what are the officials saying and when can we expect a proper comeback.

Fatal Blows to the Cricket Fraternity and Fans

When coronavirus was declared a pandemic. The fans got the idea that some series might get postponed but no one was expecting a proper cancellation. 2 of the major cricket events were cancelled because of Coronavirus otherwise known as Covid19. The two major cricket events being, the Indian Premier League and the T20 world cup. Cricket fans were waiting to hear the news of non-cancellation and they would have accepted indoor matches as well but keeping the safety of the players and onlookers, the authorities decided to cancel the matches altogether and rightly so. Health should be prioritized in all circumstances.

What is the Board of Control for Cricket in India Saying on the Future of Cricket?

Former and Indian Captain and cricket and the current president of the BCCI, Saurav Ganguly has stated that they are looking at all options and BCCI has now been eyeing the October-November window which has been reserved for the T20 World Cup. So there is a little bit of left for cricket fans. In an Interview with India TV, Saurav Ganguly stated that “If at all, IPL does happen, we don’t know where it could happen. India would certainly like to host the event, provided the environment is safe. Right now, we are not in a position to say anything. It is too early. We are yet to officially discuss the IPL schedule. But it depends on the safety of the environment. Saving human life and breaking the coronavirus chain are more important for all of us,”

What is the International Cricket Council Saying on the Matter?

ICC has already released fixtures of upcoming matches and just like the Board of Control for Cricket in India they are also optimistic that the matches will happen soon. The first match being the Australia v/s England T20 series which is scheduled to commence in July. If we talk about India then the Australia v/s India series is also scheduled that too in October. So no one can really say what the future of real Cricket is.

Cricket was Here All the Time!

In hindsight, cricket never left us. It was here all the time, you may wonder how? Well fantasy sports apps like BalleBaazi have been holding the ground for cricket lovers all over India for a long time. They organized a virtual T20 League just like the IPL Predictions, they called it the BalleBaazi Fantasy League or BFL for short which was a raging success.

BalleBaazi is India’s leading fantasy sports app with a user base of over 3 million fantasy sports enthusiasts who are earning real cash everyday. Launched in January 2018, the fantasy sports conglomerate has since become a mighty force in the Indian fantasy gaming space and now it’s considered one of the best fantasy sports apps in India.

As the name suggests, BalleBaazi started with cricket as its primary sport but then branched out in several other games like Fantasy Football and Kabaddi. The users now can take part in Fantasy Basketball and Fantasy Baseball as well.

If you want to dabble in the world of fantasy sports then BalleBaazi is the best way to do it. You can win free tickets from the weekly contests. You can use BalleBaazi Codes and get up to 100% Bonus. BalleBaazi has been chosen the best fantasy sports app in India by the 3 million plus user base that they have and this user base is growing rapidly. If you should do it, then do it with BalleBaazi.

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