E-Vision, a part of Etisalat and the leading cable TV provider in the region is scoring high with the cricket fans in the UAE. The company has announced that the upcoming ICC World Twenty20 2010, starting from April 30th, will be telecast live from West Indies on CricOne. Viewers can catch all the cricket action on CricOne Channel # 353, and enjoy live telecast of ICC World Twenty20 2010 matches.
Starting from 30th April till 16th May, the third season of ICC World Twenty20 2010 will feature 12 teams – the Test-playing nations and two qualifiers. Matches will be played at four grounds – Barbados, Guyana, St.Lucia and St.Kitts & Nevis. The inaugural event, the 2007 ICC World Twenty20, was staged in South Africa from 11–24 September 2007. The tournament was won by India, who became the first World T20 Champions after defeating Pakistan by 5 runs at Johannesburg. The second ICC World Twenty20 took place in England in June 2009, where Pakistan defeated Sri Lanka by 8 wickets.
“The T-20 format is the most exciting new phenomena in World Cricket and we are delighted that we can offer it to our cricket fans in the UAE, through our cricket channel CricOne”, exclaimed Humaid Sahoo, CEO, e-Vision.
“e-Vision has a history of providing the most pertinent choice of content for our viewers, be it sports, movies or content for children through our dedicated kids channel e-junior. Given our diverse subscriber base, we have to constantly understand their entertainment requirements and tailor our programmes to delight our subscribers. We hope that our viewers will enjoy the cricket season with their favourite Cable TV service provider.” he added.
E-Vision is the leading regional source to offer over 300 TV channels, in 21 different languages, ranging from sports to movies, from documentaries to music and kid's channels. E-Vision's product line-up includes 15 premium packages from all the major TV providers like OSN, ART, Pehla, Firstnet, TFC, Pinoy Plus and many more, in addition to the E-Vision Basic package.
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