Kyazoonga signs up with CPL in a 100 crore deal


Mumbai: Leading homegrown international ticketing major, Kyazoonga, continues to notch up successes, soon after being the only Indian company to make it to the final shortlist of the Rio 2016 Olympics ticketing program. Kyazoonga has signed a multi-year deal with the Caribbean Premier League (CPL), the official T20 championships in the West Indies to provide their proprietary ticketing and accreditation solution. The deal underscores the company’s global ambitions where it is making a mark by displacing established players and disrupting legacy practices and systems, in a market hitherto dominated by a few large players from the West. The company ticketed the CPL last year as well.

The deal worth over Rs. 100 crores over the term will see Kyazoonga manage the entire ticketing and accreditation operations for the CPL. The CPL, a highly popular league with a wide array of international cricket stars, continues to expand and grow stronger. The league has a 6 team format with representation from the 6 main cricket playing countries – Trinidad & Tobago, Jamaica, Guyana, Barbados, St. Kitts and St. Lucia. Shah Rukh Khan’s KKR has recently bought the Trinidad & Tobago team.

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