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Thums Up unveils new ad film for T20 World Cup 2022 featuring Jasprit Bumrah, Umran Malik, and Brett Lee

The advertisement's main objective is to inform people about Thums Up's new 'Stump Cam' offering,

Coca-Cola India’s homegrown brand, Thums Up has launched a new ‘StumpCam’ campaign featuring Jasprit Bumrah, Umran Malik, and Brett Lee. This ad campaign will provide audiences with exclusive permission to match footage and content of the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup.

To push engagement with consumers for the material campaign, Thums Up will use a digital-first, multi-tech business model.

The advertisement has one main object and that is to inform people about Thums Up’s new ‘Stump Cam’ offering, which aims to provide an exciting view into exclusive ‘Toofani’ match moments straight from the pitch.

Following a match in the world cup, audiences can obtain the Stump Cam video of ‘Toofani’ cricketing moments by scanning a QR code on the Thums Up bottle. The initiative will give cricket fans privileged access to exclusive content from the championship.

Arnab Roy, Vice-President and Head-Marketing, Coca-Cola India and Southwest Asia, said, “Cricket is a shared passion which connects billions of fans across genders, generations, and cultures. We are always finding innovative ways to activate passion points like cricket and especially the ICC T20 World Cup. Thums Up’s “Stump Cam” will offer audiences the most ‘Toofani’ view of key moments of the tournament – leveraging the Stump Cam footage was a disruptive opportunity that would bring to fans a complete new way of experiencing the game. We are elated to have on board with us India’s lead bowler and star Jasprit Bumrah, who is an indispensable asset for the Indian team; Umran Malik, who is touted as the fastest bowler in the country today; and one of the legends of the game, Brett Lee. This is the first time we are doing a content-led campaign, voiced by cricketing stalwarts like Harsha Bhogle”.

Bumrah, said, “Thums Up has been a longstanding partner and supporter of events and athletes across sporting formats and I’m extremely happy to have been associated with it for over a year now. It’s exciting to bring to cricket lovers and fans the brand’s new offering “Stump Cam” which will enable them to access thrilling cricketing content from a never-seen-before angle, straight from the pitch and get closer to the game.”

Lee added, “I am ecstatic to be partnering with India’s most iconic soft beverage brand Thums Up, for their new StumpCam campaign. I have lived and breathed cricket all my life, and I am thrilled to be part of Thums Up’s “Stump Cam” offering, which will excite consumers beyond measure as it gives them the ultimate view of key match moments as if they were watching it right from the pitch. #WicketSeCricket!”

Sukesh Nayak, Chief Creative Officer, Ogilvy India, said, “Thums Up’s ‘Stump Cam’ is the most daring end-to-end experience idea. It’s the most Toofani, the closest possible view of the ICC T20 Men’s World Cup. And the ticket for this is the Thums Up bottle. We are proud to conceptualise and execute this end-to-end engagement idea in partnership with some incredible partners from the world of content. #WicketSeCricket campaign is an invitation for every Thums Up drinker to experience a Toofan he or she hasn’t had so far.”

Ritu Sharda, Chief Creative Officer, Ogilvy India-North, added, “From sitting on tree-tops, to gathering around paan shops, India has watched cricket in every possible way. But we wanted to give Thums Up fans an opportunity to get the most toofani ‘view’ in the house and frankly that’s where Thums Up Stump Cam found its genesis. We wanted people to really feel the rush of a ball coming right at them at 95 mph. We wanted them to experience cricket, like a cricketer does, right from the middle of the pitch. We are partnering with ICC and Oaktree Sports, for a 24-hour match to pack to screen marathon, making World Cup 2022, the most toofani World Cup you have ever seen. Dum hai toh dekho #WicketSeCricket”

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