The Legends League Cricket Season 2 is breaking all records in terms of viewership. The multi-star event has crossed huge 16 million plus viewership on Digital Streaming Platforms in India & its Digital footprints have crossed 600 million fans across the World.
According to the latest reports of Broadcast Audience Research Council (BARC) TV ratings, The opening fixture of the Legends League Cricket 2 which was held between India Maharajas & World Giants, featuring legendary players has witnessed highest ratings than any other ongoing series in the Country. In fact, the current season’s rating is five times more than the ratings of Legends League Cricket’s previous season.
“We have received a tremendous response both from the in-stadium audience and TV ratings. We have got the TV ratings for the first match. We have outdone ourselves… It is five times higher than last season in terms of ratings. We have also retained the position of being the second-most watched T20 league in India after the IPL and our digital footprint has crossed six hundred million,” the CEO & founder of Legends Legaue Cricket, Raman Raheja said.
The intensity of Legends League Cricket is huge as the event has been broadcasted across the US, Australia, and the Indian subcontinent. The league has been hosted in India for the first time with Dinesy+ Hotstar & Fancode being their official broadcasting & streaming partners in India. On the other hand, Willow TV and Kayo Sports, Fox Cricket are the leagues’ official streaming & broadcasting partners in US & Australia.
Legends League Cricket is turning heads around
The ongoing season of the Legends Legaue Cricket is much more bigger than the previous edition with legendary players such as Virender Sehwag, Gautam Gambhir, Chris Gayle, Mitchell Johnson, and Mohammad Kaif among others are setting the field on fire with their exceptional performances. The Legendary Cricketers are playing an exciting brand of cricket which makes viewers feel that they never called time on their career. The way these cricketers are performing has resulted in the surge of ratings of the league & has also generated a great response from the stadium audience as well.
The CEO of the legends League Cricket also confirmed that the League final fixture will be played in Barabati Stadium at Cuttack on October 3.