MyTeam11 title sponsors for India’s series in West Indies

Sports fantasy website MyTeam11 has announced the title sponsorship for the West Indies home series against India after the ICC World Cup. Cricket West Indies  has confirmed MyTeam11 as the title sponsor of the forthcoming series against India in the Caribbean.

India’s tour of the West Indies next year be called the MyTeam11 International Series between the West Indies and India.

“MyTeam11’s sponsorship gives fans a new opportunity to get involved with all of the action throughout India’s tour of the West Indies. The Series will be full of excitement across all three formats of the game pitting the world’s most followed team, India against every cricket fans’ second favourite team and the heartbeat of the Caribbean, the West Indies. This partnership demonstrates the appeal of the West Indies cricket brand far beyond Caribbean shores,” said Dominic Warne, Commercial and Marketing Director, Cricket West Indies.

Vinit Godara, CEO MyTeam11 added, “MyTeam11 is not only one of the largest fantasy sports platforms and our dream project but is more of a mode for users to achieve their dreams. The growing relationship between our users and the platform motivates us to always offer them something new and indispensable. After, multiple modes and multiple languages, we have another good news for our users, in terms of Title Sponsorship of India vs West Indies series. We believe that this collaboration will not just help us reach new milestones and uncover new potentials for the platform but will also make MyTeam11 a bigger Brand Name.”

Further, discussing about the partnership, Sanjit Sihag, COO MyTeam11, mentioned, “We always strive to be the first when it comes to the introduction of something innovative or unique. Through this tie-up MyTeam11 will become the first ever fantasy sports platform to become the Title Sponsors of a series and targeting an international series in the first go will surely add another feather to MyTeam11’s cap of success.”

India will play two Tests, three ODIs and three T20 Internationals on the tour of the West Indies during July and August 2019.