Rario, an upcoming cricket-based NFT platform confirmed a brand-new partnership agreement with the Abu Dhabi T10 on Thursday.
Rario has been in relations with a couple of cricket leagues before, which includes the Hero Caribbean Premier League and the Lanka Premier League. The new season of Abu Dhabi T10 is scheduled to commence on 19th November 2021 and will go on till 4th December 2021.
“The Abu Dhabi T10 has continually taken a proactive approach in adopting distinctive measures to drive growing audiences each year. With this objective in mind, it gives us immense pleasure to associate with a partner like Rario, who has re-imagined the ways in which fans can connect with the game. The Rario platform presents an outlet for ADT10 to create a unique digital experience for our audience for the upcoming season,” said Shaji Ul Mulk, owner of the Abu Dhabi T10 and member of the Emirates Cricket Board.
Abu Dhabi T10, being the world’s solitary 10-over cricket tournament, which is officially authorized by the International Cricket Council (ICC) and licensed by the Emirates Cricket Board (ECB) is often very electrifying to watch.
More than 120 popular cricket stars are a part of this competition and make cricket’s fastest and gripping league very exhilarating to watch. The fifth edition of the league will witness the same teams as before, with the two-time winners and defending champions Northern Warriors clashing against the likes of Bangla Tigers, Deccan Gladiators, Delhi Bulls, Maratha Arabians, Pune Devils, Qalandars, and Team Abu Dhabi to defend their title.
Rario Co-Founder and CEO Ankit Wadhwa said, “The action intensive nature of the Abu Dhabi T10 has a propensity to create some jaw-dropping moments, as we have seen over the previous editions of the tournament. This creates a fantastic space for Rario to come in and immortalize these moments for cricket enthusiasts, who will have a chance for the first time ever to own them as limited edition digital collectibles. We are thrilled to associate with an exciting partner like the Abu Dhabi T10, who shares our modern fan-oriented vision for the game of cricket.”