Major League Cricket is one of the exciting tournaments that are about to start in cricket. The tournament will happen in July this year. Now, the league has been given a boost with interest expressed by IPL Team owners. Here, we take a look at how Twitter reacted as CSK announces a new franchise in Major League Cricket USA.
CSK announces new franchise in Major League Cricket USA
The USA is a major market for cricket. While the Asian population in the nation will always ensure a fanbase, the revenue potential available in the states also makes it a terrific investment opportunity.
Considering these factors, naturally, the IPL Team owners have entered the tournament. It has been reported that Mumbai Indians, Chennai Super Kings and Delhi Capitals are all investing in the tournament while Kolkata Knight Riders have already confirmed it. Now, CSK has made the official announcement regarding the same.
It needs to be seen if MLC will be a good investment by the teams. The T20 World Cup in 2024 will happen in West Indies and the USA. This will further add excitement to the competition. Further, there would be some popular Indian names such as Unmukt Chand that will take part in the tournament.
Twitter reacts to CSK’s announcement
In recent years, IPL Team owners have explored opportunities all across the globe. The USA is a growing market and there is plenty of potential with respect to popularity and revenue. Hence, it is not a surprise that the IPL Team owners have expressed interest in this league. Now that CSK has entered the fray, the league has been given a massive boost and access to a wide fanbase. That said, there were also a lot of conflicting reactions to the announcement. Here is a look at the reactions below:
— Chennai Super Kings (@ChennaiIPL) March 18, 2023
So you had money for some outside league but not for our own WPL?Advertisement
— N (@clobberinntime) March 18, 2023
From Chepauk to Wanderers to Texas 💛Advertisement
— Sharon Solomon (@BSharan_6) March 18, 2023
Dallas Super Kings would've been my instant thought but they didn't buy majority stake like MI and KKR have for NY and LA respectively, so it'll probably be a name that's synonymous with Texan culture. Dallas Stars perhaps since Texas is known as the Lone Star state or Longhorns https://t.co/DUg2JEvFrrAdvertisement
— Aries (@ariescric) March 18, 2023
I love Texas until this happened https://t.co/h8OWQ7tyHUAdvertisement
— . (@ImVK__) March 18, 2023
Let’s go TSK !! 😜Advertisement
— Kanagaraj Damodaran (@krajPD) March 18, 2023