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2nd edition of Legends League Cricket shifted from Oman to India



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The organizers of Legends League Cricket confirmed on Saturday that the second edition of the tournament will be played in India instead of Oman. Considering the huge fan base in India for the sports giants and the response to the first season received from India, LLC decided to move the base to India for the upcoming season in September 2022. The first season saw a huge number of followers from India, with legends playing from all over the world. During season two, the League of Legends cricket will add to the excitement with over 110 legends of the sport.

The cricket grounds are being decided for the league starting September 20, 2022. Cricket legends from more than nine countries are to participate.

Raman Raheja, Co-Founder and CEO, Legends League Cricket, said, “We have been receiving constant requests from fans to organize the series in India and we are excited to bring the second season of the Legends League back home. We have max. India has the number of cricket fans here.”

“The first season had the highest viewership from India, followed by Pakistan and Sri Lanka followed by the rest of the world. We hope to give a better experience to our viewers and cricket enthusiasts. We are sure that cricket fans will make our decisions. Would be happy with the move to shift base to India because the excitement of watching live cricket cannot be competed with,” he added.


Several players like Harbhajan Singh, Eoin Morgan, Dale Steyn, Jacques Kallis and Irfan Pathan will be part of the second edition of Legends League Cricket.

More details about the venues and dates for this season will be announced soon. The third season will be scheduled in Oman in March 2023.

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