Star Sports secures broadcasting rights for Asian Legends League

The broadcaster has bagged it for the next three seasons, spanning from 2024 to 2026

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Delhi: Star Sports has secured the television broadcasting rights for the Asian Legends League spanning the next three seasons, spanning from 2024 to 2026.

The Asian Legends League, designed to showcase the skills of former cricketing legends from Asia, promises an engaging competition format highlighting the prowess of renowned players.

Organized by the World Sports Group (WSG), the tournament will feature five franchise teams representing cricketing nations: the Indian Royals, Sri Lankan Lions, Bangladesh Tigers, Pakistan Stars, and Afghanistan Pathans. Scheduled to commence from May 27 to June 4, 2024, the event anticipates high levels of excitement.

In conjunction with the rights agreement, WSG has established committees aimed at upholding the league's integrity and standards. The Code of Conduct and Ethics Committee comprises esteemed individuals such as Chetan Sharma, Vijay Dahiya, Harwinder Singh, and Parwinder Singh, with Mr. Ashok Malhotra serving as its chairperson. Additionally, Vijay Dahiya heads the Playing Condition Committee, supported by members Harwinder Singh, Sarabh J Singh, and Nensi Patel.

The league's calendar has been unveiled, featuring league matches scheduled from May 27 to May 31, followed by knockout matches commencing on June 1. The pinnacle event, the Grand Final, is set to captivate audiences on June 4, 2024, with an anticipated clash between India and Pakistan slated for May 29, 2024.

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