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FanCode signs broadcasting rights deal for The Hundred

The Hundred will feature 68 matches which will be played over five weeks that is scheduled to start from the 21st of July 2021.

The England and Wales cricket board recently announced the formation of a new cricket tournament called The Hundred, the tournament will be a 100-ball cricket tournament with every major player from around the world.

It will be featuring Eight city-based Men’s and Women’s teams and the competitions of both genders will be running simultaneously. The streaming rights of the newly formed competition have been bagged by Dream Sports owned FanCode.

FanCode will be the official digital and broadcasting partner of The Hundred along with the Dream 11. The deal has been signed for a duration of four years, it has also been reported that the ECB were in talks with SPSN, Disney + and Star Sports but any of the deal were not successful until FanCode entered the market and bagged the deal.

The Hundred will feature 68 matches which will be played over five weeks that is scheduled to start from the 21st of July 2021. FanCode will be providing an exclusive sports experience to the fans by including data overlays, multimedia commentary, ad-free live scores, in-depth statistics, match highlights and multiple audio feeds.

All the matches will be available to watch through buying the Match pass that will make a particular match ready to watch and the tour pass which will provide access to the complete tournament.

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