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Azur Global on board for new Cricket All-Stars Series

Information technology company Azur Global has agreed a deal to become an official partner of the new Cricket All-Stars Series.

Taking place for this first time this year at Major League Baseball ballparks in New York, Los Angeles and Houston from November 7-15, the three-event series will feature a host of retired international cricket stars from Test-paying nations. The 2015 series will be headlined by Australia and India legends Shane Warne and Sachin Tendulkar (pictured).

Azur Global will be active in the partnership through its Azur Foundation, which aims to help treat autism in countries around the world.

The firm and its foundation will receive a strong presence at all three matches in the 2015 series, in addition to PSA spots to promote the AutsimZero campaign.

Ranghan Venkatraman, founder and chief executive of Azur Global, said: “We want people to know that an autism-free world is possible. Supporting the Cricket All-Stars with Sachin Tendulkar will help us get this message across to millions of passionate cricket fans worldwide.”