UAE T20 League | Emirates Premier League
United Arab Emirates T20 League is all set to make the debut. This T20 in AE is going to become big Event backed by Big Franchise Owners like Reliance, Lancer, Capri, Cricket Australia, GMR and Shah Rukh Khan.
UAE T20 League is all set to make the debut season of the league in 2022. The tournament is all set establish and set to stage a big tournament in the Gulf Region. It is going to be a debut season for the league set up to roll out all the matches. Check UAE T20 League 2022 Start Date and website details.
UAE T20 League Team
The UAE T20 League (UTL) 2022 season will comprise 6 franchises is all set. There are six participating teams in the league. The matches for the tournament will be rolling out in United Arab Emirates (UAE). According to an official involved in the planning of the UAE league, the owners of the Knight Riders franchise are “on-board” to own one of the sides as well.
UAE League 2022 Team List
Three IPL franchise owners like Reliance Industries, Shah Rukh Khan and GMR Group have invested in UAE T20 League teams. Capri Global, an Indian finance firm, and Cricket Australia’s Sydney Sixers T20 franchise make up the rest of the team owners along with Manchester United Football Club’s American owner, Lancer Capital, has made its first foray into cricket by acquiring a franchise in the soon-to-be-launched UAE T20 League.
Reliance to own a team in UAE-based T20-League
Reliance Industries Limited (RIL), the owners of the Mumbai Indians IPL franchise, has confirmed that it will own one of the teams in the upcoming UAE T20 League. Akash Ambani “confident of shaping another successful brand in the UAE and bring in our experiences to benefits the growth of cricket in the UAE through UAE T20 League.”
Manchester United owners acquire team in T20 League
The owners of Manchester United will take their first steps into cricket after acquiring one of the franchises in the new UAE T20 league. Lancer Capital has made its first-ever historic foray into cricket.
UAE League Broadcasting Rights
ZEE acquires global media rights for UAE T20 League, Emirates Cricket Board (ECB) sold the slots for between US$40 million and US$60 million each, with payments spread over ten years to Zee Media for the UAE T20 League. The UAE T20 League will get distribution across three or four of Zee’s linear channels and its ZEE5 streaming service.