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Personal mobility company Uber has furthered its association with the International Cricket Council by signing up as an Official Sponsor of the 2019 World Cup

French Champagne house Veuve Clicquot has agreed a partnership with the International Cricket Council to sponsor the 2019 World Cup

Global travel platform Booking.com has signed a new top-tier partnership with the International Cricket Council (ICC). Under the five-year Global Partner deal, Booking

US web hosting company GoDaddy has signed as an Official Sponsor of the ICC Men's Cricket World Cup 2019

UK drinks brand Thatchers Cider has signed at the Official Cider of the men’s Cricket World Cup to be hosted in England and Wales this year.

The International Cricket Council has signed a five-year sponsorship deal with Indian whisky brand Royal Stag

The International Cricket Council has entered a global partnership with Indian craft beer brand Bira 91

The International Cricket Council has entered into a partnership with Indian fantasy sports platform Dream11

The International Cricket Council has entered into a partnership with Australian winemaker Wolf Blass.

Coca-Cola India leveraged its 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup sponsorship in the Indian market with a 100-day, multi-phase activation programme.

Nissan activated its rights around the 2017 ICC Champions Trophy through a social campaign in India that offered low-latency Twitter highlights of the key match action.

The International Cricket Council has renewed its global partnership with Chinese smartphone manufacturer Oppo at a rights fee increase of about 19 per cent

With the ‘Be a Shot Maker’ campaign, smart phone brand Oppo leveraged its ICC partnership to boost exposure in its South Asian strongholds and new UK target market.

Swiss watchmaker Hublot has agreed a new partnership with the International Cricket Council.

French champagne brand Veuve Clicquot has agreed a deal with the International Cricket Council to sponsor this summer's Champions Trophy and Women’s World Cup events.

Golden Ale from Guinness, Pimm’s and Aspall have been named as the official ale, spirits and cider partners, respectively, of the International Cricket Council’s upcoming Champions Trophy one-day international event, which will take place in England and Wales.

US technology giant Intel has agreed a deal with the International Cricket Council to serve as an innovation partner of this year’s Champions Trophy one-day international tournament.

The International Cricket Council, the sport’s global governing body, has entered into a partnership with cricket equipment supplier Grays-Nicolls.

Dubai-based airline Emirates has renewed its long-running partnership with the International Cricket Council.

Video streaming platform Hotstar, which is owned by pay-television broadcaster Star India, has agreed a sponsorship deal for the 2016 World Twenty20, while the national team cricket tournament has also teamed up with Indian home shopping television channel HomeShop18.

The International Cricket Council has built upon its partnership with MRF through signing a new four-year global partnership with the Indian tyre manufacturer.

The International Cricket Council has entered into a new long-term partnership with money transfer and payment services company MoneyGram.

The International Cricket Council has entered into a global partnership with Chinese smartphone manufacturer Oppo.

Japanese automotive company Nissan has made its first significant venture into the cricket market by agreeing an eight-year deal with the International Cricket Council.

Snack food company Mondelez International has agreed a commercial partnership for the upcoming 2015 Cricket World Cup.

Financial services company ANZ has been unveiled as a new partner of the 2015 Cricket World Cup.

The International Cricket Council has reached an agreement to make rum brand Bundaberg Rum an official partner of its 2015 World Cup.

Indian tyre manufacturer MRF Tyres has reached a sponsorship agreement with the International Cricket Council covering its 2015 World Cup.

The International Cricket Council has announced a partnership with software services company SAP for its 2015 World Cup.

Swiss watch manufacturer Hublot has sealed an agreement with the International Cricket Council to serve as the official timekeeper at the 2015 World Cup in Australia and New Zealand.

The International Cricket Council has reached an agreement for Matua Wines to become the official wine in New Zealand for the 2015 World Cup.

The International Cricket Council has reached a sponsorship agreement with Australian winery Wolf Blass for its 2015 World Cup.