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BKT tyres to sponsor six IPL teams

The shirts of six teams in the IPL 2020 will spot the same logos.

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NEW DELHI- Indian multinational group Balkrishna Industries Ltd (BKT Tyres) will sponsor six Indian Premier League teams, including reigning champions Mumbai Indians, in the upcoming edition of the tournament, starting September 19 in the UAE.

Apart from Mumbai Indians, BKT will sponsor Chennai Super Kings, Delhi Capitals, Kings XI Punjab, Kolkata Knight Riders, and Rajasthan Royals.

The company has already been promoting cricket by supporting Australia's T20 tournament, the Big Bash League.

“Cricket is a very popular sport in India. Everyone loves the game, and we at BKT are unstoppable when it is about sport. We are pleased and excited to be a part of an event that is much followed in our home country. We are a keen supporter of several national sports all around the globe, but it fills me with immense pleasure that we are now supporting such a significant sporting event of India,” said BKT JMD Rajiv Poddar. 

The company has been partnering for various sporting events in India including eight out of 12 teams of Pro Kabaddi LIKE Patna Pirates, Puneri Paltan, Tamil Thalaivas, U Mumba, Gujarat Fortune Giants U.P Yoddha, Dabang Delhi, and Haryana Steelers Kabaddi in the 2019 season.

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