Major League Cricket named BetBricks as their Official sponsor for Umpires for the inaugural edition of MLC. The Marketing Officer of the company is quite happy with the collaboration. Speaking about the same he said,
“We are thrilled and filled with immense excitement to associate with Major League Cricket as the Umpire Sponsor for this season. At BetBricks7, we have always been passionate about sports and the thrill it brings to millions of fans worldwide. Joining forces with MLC allows us to bring that passion to the forefront and be a part of an exceptional cricketing experience.
We extend our heartfelt gratitude to Major League Cricket for this incredible opportunity. It is with great enthusiasm and anticipation that we embark on this journey together. Here’s to an exhilarating season of cricket that will leave us all breathless with excitement!”
We are extremely happy to welcome BetBricks 7 to the MLC Family
The Co-founder of Major League Cricket, Sameer Mehta said that they are extremely happy to welcome BetBricks7 to the Major League Cricket family. He also said that are thankful to get their support on this exciting journey of cricket where a plethora of renowned cricketers would play at two top cricket venues in the country i.e. North Texas and North Carolina.
Major League Cricket is all set to kickstart on July 13 with six teams participating in the league. The inaugural fixture of the league will see Texas Super Kings lock horns with Los Angeles Knight Riders. A total of 19 blockbuster fixtures will be played in the tournament with the finals slated to be played on July 30. MLC has released the full schedule of the tournament on their Official Twitter handle. Notably, all six teams are owned by IPL franchise owners. MLC will provide great opportunities to American players to showcase their talent & get a chance to play at the International level.
Players draft for MLC 2023 was held at NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston on March 19. Some top International players such as Jason Roy, Marcus Stoinis, Quinton de Kock, and Aaron Finch were roped in on draft night. Reportedly, Pakistani players Azam Khan & Imad Wasim have also agreed to play for Seattle Orcas.