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Mobile Premier League to sponsor Royal Challengers Bangalore

MPL's association is in tandem with its plans of taking the gaming platform to the global sports a

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NEW DELHI: Mobile Premier League (MPL) has announced its sponsorship of the Royal Challengers Bangalore ahead of the upcoming T20 season. Through the partnership, MPL is positive about leveraging its online presence to create maximum visibility for the team and engage with fans during the tournament.

Royal Challengers Bangalore chairman Sanjeev Churiwala said, “We are delighted to have Mobile Premier League as one of our partners. RCB’s biggest strength lies in the love and supports the team gets from their fans and it would be exciting to open avenues for them to engage with the team and we share this ethos with MPL of being committed to our fans to bring continuous at-home cricket experiences for them.”

MPL VP growth and marketing Abhishek Madhavan said, “This is a great opportunity for us at MPL to associate with the Royal Challengers Bangalore. RCB is one of the strongest teams in the IPL led by Virat Kohli, our Brand Ambassador, and is also one of the most recognised brands in the country with a huge fan following. RCB’s philosophy of #PlayBold is shared by us and Virat as well, and we hope to become a household name in India with our IPL associations.”

The T20 tournament which will be played in the UAE this year is scheduled to start on September 19, 2020, and will conclude on Nov 10, 2020.  As the League will be held overseas, MPL's association is in tandem with its plans of taking the gaming platform to the global sports arena. MPL has also signed as principal sponsors of the Kolkata Knight Riders.

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