T20 world cup: Bat-tracking technology set for its debut

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The latest technology is all set for the new edition of the T20 world cup. Hawk-eye has presented many benefits to the Cricket viewers and to the cricketers. And they promise to do it till the end.

Billions of viewers will be watching the tournament. For the better experience of cricket fans and in playing cricket generally, this will be grand. International Cricket Council (ICC) is all ready to introduce the bat-tracking technology for the very first time.

After the start of the main phase in the T20 world cup, the new ‘unparalleled’ technology is the cherry on the cake. The second phase is the main phase of the ICC T20 event. It will be starting on the 23rd of October 2021. And for the very first time, the new technology will be provided by the Hawk-eye in all the matches from then. The matches will be broadcast on Star Sports network channels. The viewers will definitely enjoy the unlimited action of sports with cable-suspended Spidercam with multitude of features.

T20 World Cup starts soon with the latest technology for the better experience

In the Super 1 phase which is starting from October 23 onwards, multi-angle spin around feature will be made available. This is going to be beneficial for the players as decisions would be helped by these stunning new developments. The replay sequences will be done by 4D cameras.

Former captain of England expressed his views after the latest update came from the ICC; Nasser Hussain said,

“This is going to be a massive tournament with the world’s top players in action in the fastest evolving format of the international game,”

ICC have made it clear that this T20 world cup is going to be better than all the previous one. There will be a minimum of 35 cameras at every ground. This is quite a nice way to invite viewers to enjoy the enhanced game.

We are going to witness the leading teams with the best amenities possible in the T20 format. It’s really exciting to see the tournament begin as this is possibly going to be a mouth-watering contest.

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