Dream11 signs with Australia’s Big Bash League

Indian fantasy sports platform Dream11 has signed a new partnership with Australia’s Twenty20 Big Bash League.

Under the three-year deal, Dream11 will become the Official Fantasy Game Partner of the BBL and the Women’s Big Bash Leagueuntil 2021.

Dream11 is India’s largest fantasy sports platform, and allows users to field teams in cricket, football, kabbadi and NBA basketball.

Harsh Jain, chief executive and co-founder of Dream11, said: “With over 800 million cricket fans and 50 million fantasy cricket users, India has become the largest fantasy sports market in the world.

“We are very excited to partner with BBL, one of the premier T20 cricket leagues in the world, and bring the authentic Australian cricket experience to our Indian fans.”

Dream11 also has Official Partner deals with the NBA, Indian Super League and Hero Caribbean Premier League T20.

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