The Caribbean’s leading telecommunications provider, LIME, and the Caribbean Media Corporation have teamed up to bring the ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 to many households in the Caribbean.
India, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh are hosting the tournament, with 14 nations split into two groups of seven for the first round.
West Indies are in Group B with India, South Africa, England, Bangladesh, Ireland and Netherlands.
CMC is broadcasting a total of 49 games until the tournament ends on 2 April. The final is at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai, India.
“We are proud to be able to bring this thrilling competition to the people of the Caribbean,” said Chris Dehring, LIME’s Chief Marketing Officer.
“West Indians are passionate about cricket, and about sport in general, and so too are we. As a Caribbean company, we are delighted that we can pursue partnerships to give our customers access to exciting occasions like Cricket World Cup, English Premier League and very soon the CARIFTA Games.”