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IPL 2020: BCCI announces CRED as the Indian Premier League’s official partners for three seasons

IPL 2020: BCCI announces CRED as the Indian Premier League’s official partners for three seasons

The Indian Premier League Governing Council (IPL GC) announced that the credit card payment platform, CRED as the IPL’s official partner for three seasons.

BCCI stated in its statement that “It is a three-season partnership which will see the association run through till the 2022 season.”

The 13th edition is scheduled to take place in the UAE from 19th September to 10th November. 

IPL chairman Brijesh Patel said that they are extremely pleased to have CRED on board as the Indian Premier League’s Official Partner from 2020 to 2022, and IPL is one of the world’s most innovative sports leagues and they are pleased to have such a unique and successful brand as CRED partner with them. He added that he is sure more people throughout the country will know them as they embark on this exciting journey.

Founder and CEO of CRED Kunal Shah said that they are extremely pleased to be associated with IPL, without doubt among the highest-profile events on the sporting calendar of the world. And CRED seeks to provide access to the good life for millions of people through enhanced credit standings, trusted community and unique experiences. While IPL is the hub of consumer experiences, powered by a global community of cricketers, enthusiasts and fans. 

He added that they are looking forward to taking part in this festival of sporting excellence, which celebrates peak performance for the individual, the sides and the community. They want to celebrate and recognize millions of Indians who hold the same values that IPL and CRED cherish through this synergy.

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