Oxigen Masters Champions League Hires CricHQ As Tournament Tech Partner
CricHQ was founded in 2010 by two of the world's most famous international cricketers Stephen Fleming and Brendon McCullum and has additional investors
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Oxigen Masters Champions League 2020 (MCL) which is all set to start from 28 January, has appointed New Zealand based CricHQ as the Tournament Technology Partner.
CricHQ is a cloud-based, data warehouse driven, best of breed technology platform for adminstering cricket. CricHQ's clients include 49 national governing bodies as clients such as the International Cricket Council (ICC), New Zealand Cricket (NZC), Cricket South Africa (CSA), Emirates Cricket Board (ECB) and 100s of other associations such as Kerala Cricket Association (KCA) and Hyderabad Cricket Association (HCA).
CricHQ was founded in 2010 by two of the world's most famous international cricketers Stephen Fleming and Brendon McCullum and has additional investors such as MCL cricketers Graeme Swann, Michael Vaughan, Scott Styris and James Franklin to name a few.
Zarah Shah, CEO, Oxigen MCL commented: "CricHQ comes to Oxigen Masters Champions League with a proven track record. CricHQ simplifies the job with outstanding features for administering tournaments including scoring that can be viewed in real time. I believe it can work very well in assisting our operations."
Last week, Sony Pictures Network (SPN) was appointed the official broadcaster for the Indian sub-continent. Oxigen MCL has also secured, Mahendra Singh Dhoni, the current captain of the Indian national cricket team as the brand ambassador. The first action packed match will take place between two former legendary teammates namely, Sourav Ganguly from Libra Legends and Virender Sehwag of Gemini Arabians.