INOX is providing stadium-like experience for fans as they can watch India's all nine league matches of ICC World Cup 2019 live on cinema screens in 12 cities including New Delhi, Mumbai and Bengaluru. India's first World Cup match is on June 5 against South Africa
Mumbai: INOX Leisure Ltd (INOX) is all set to offer an unprecedented stadium-like experience to India’s cricket fans with the screening of live matches of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 on cinema screens.
The 12th edition of the World Cup hosted by England and Wales, will be played from May 30 to July 14.
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“Being the only multiplex operator in the country to screen live matches of ICC Cricket World Cup, INOX will showcase all the nine league matches to be played by India, along with the semi-finals, final and few marquee league matches,” INOX said in a press release.
India’s opening World Cup match is on June 5 against South Africa. The most-awaited clash against Pakistan is on June 16 (Sunday). India’s all nine league matches will start at 3 pm IST (10.30 am local).
INOX will screen the live matches at multiplexes in Mumbai, New Delhi, Kolkata, Bengaluru, Pune, Jaipur, Indore, Vadodara, Surat, Noida, Gurgaon and Faridabad.
INOX’s initiative of screening live matches will be a boon for the fans who wish to experience the stadium-energy in a carnival–like atmosphere. The comfort of the cinema hall in an air-conditioned environment will add to their overall cricket watching experience. Fans will be able to enjoy INOX’s sumptuous food-combos and delectable gourmet options served at the multiplexes while enjoying the matches.
Alok Tandon, CEO, Inox Leisure Limited, said, “This Cricket World Cup, INOX will be India’s cinematic cricket stadium, offering a thrilling and an unparalleled experience to the cricket fans. Cricket is a religion in India and World Cup is one big festival and we are glad that we will be able to generate the excitement and energy, much similar to watching a match LIVE in a stadium.
“We are waiting to see hundreds of Indian cricket fans, watching the matches together, in the comfort of our auditoriums, and cheering for Team India. Our giant screens across the country will take the anticipation around Team India’s matches and the hysteria of the Cricket World Cup to an all new level.”
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Last Updated 27, May 2019, 12:29 PM