On the screening days, between 7 pm and 10 pm, two back-to-back matches will be screened for the viewers on a single ticket. The matches will be screened live in INOX multiplexes in Mumbai, Bengaluru, Pune, Vadodara and Surat
Mumbai: INOX is all set to offer an enormous and terrific viewing experience to the fans of India’s very own and one of the oldest games of kabaddi. INOX will be screening select matches of the seventh season of the Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) 2019 on its cinema screens. The season begins on July 20 and ends with the final on October 19.
Recently, INOX had screened ICC World Cup 2019 matches involving Virat Kohli-led India in cinemas across 12 cities.
Being the only multiplex operator in the country to screen live matches of Pro Kabaddi League, INOX will showcase select league matches and the final.
On the screening days, between 7 pm and 10 pm, two back-to-back matches will be screened for the viewers on a single ticket. The matches will be screened live in INOX multiplexes in Mumbai, Bengaluru, Pune, Vadodara and Surat.
Offering an experience much like the stadiums, INOX’s initiative of screening matches will be a boon for the fans who wish to experience the game live at the stadiums amidst like-minded kabaddi fans.
Alok Tandon, CEO, Inox Leisure Limited, said, “Kabaddi is not just India’s very own game, but also one of the oldest games in the country’s sporting history. It will be a privilege for us to offer an enormous viewing experience to the fans of this game filled with action and excitement. We are sure that our giant screens will do justice to the thrill on display.
“Thanks to the Pro Kabaddi League, the popularity of the game has been soaring with every passing season, and we are excited to join this journey in this season. We have been innovating with our content offering and the screening of Vivo Pro Kabaddi League matches is yet another milestone in this journey. We are sure that our beloved patrons are going to throng our multiplexes to feel this sporting thrill.”
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