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Watch India’s T20 World Cup 2022 matches at Cinema, INOX Leisure signs agreement with ICC: To provide an upgraded watching experience to cricket fans, INOX Leisure Limited has joined forces with the International Cricket Council (ICC) to live stream India’s all matches in the upcoming ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2022. The leading multiplex chain will live stream India’s fixtures in its cinema halls across the country.

With a reach of 74 cities in 2022, 165 multiplexes and 705 screens the Mumbai-based leading multiplex chain will screen all Men in Blue’s matches in its cinema halls in over 25 cities.

The development was confirmed by INOX Leisure Limited on Wednesday. “The live matches will be screened across INOX multiplexes in more than 25 cities,” INOX said in an official statement.

Anand Vishal, COO, said that it will be a virtual treat for cricket lovers to watch cricket matches on a giant screen. Moreover, he added that the atmosphere in the hall will add a magical flavour to the viewing experience.

“By screening cricket in cinemas, we are bringing together the thrill of the giant screen experience and thunderous sound with the most loved sport in our country, that is cricket. The excitement and emotions of the World Cup would add to this combination, resulting into a virtual treat for cricket lovers,” said INOX Leisure Chief Operating Officer Anand Vishal.

The screening of T20 World Cup 2022 matches will begin with the clash of India-Pakistan on October 23 at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG).

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Indian team has landed in Australia:

Team India has already landed Down Under and has begun its training. The key players took an early flight so as to get acclimatised to the bouncy conditions.

India also had a practice match with Western Australia in which the Indians defeated the home side. Suryakumar Yadav continued his sublime touch as he scored a half-century.

Rohit Sharma and Co are set to play two official warm-up matches ahead of their campaign in the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2022. India will be up against Australia on 17th October while it will be against New Zealand on 19th October. Both matches will be played at Gabba, Brisbane.

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