Cognizant named as Major League Cricket title partner


Major League Cricket ,mlc) and Cognizant on Wednesday announced a deal for the professional services company to become the first title sponsor of America's only world-class professional cricket championship.
Cognizant Major League Cricket will return for its second season this summer, starting on July 4, and will again bring the world's best cricketers to the United States for several weeks of high-adrenaline T20 cricket action.
“Major League Cricket is thrilled to welcome Cognizant as our title sponsor, starting with the second season of MLC this summer,” said Vijay Srinivasan, co-founder of Major League Cricket. “This multi-year partnership will help enable the continued growth of MLC and cricket in the United States as this new era for the world's second-largest sport continues to evolve in the United States.”
“Cognizant is excited to support the vision of Major League Cricket while inspiring the next generation of cricket players.” Ravi Kumar Cognizant Chief Executive Officer S. “Our expanded relationship with MLC will help us build deeper relationships with our customers and associates, while also giving back to the communities where we work and play through outreach and education to bring sports to historically excluded groups. And to help invite in technology.”
All six teams that participated in the historic inaugural season of the MLC will reappear in 2024. Returning superstar players have already announced to compete, including Afghanistan Rashid Khan (MI New York), South Africa's Faf du Plessis (Texas Super Kings), Marco Johnson (Washington Freedom) and Quinton de Kock (Seattle Orcas), Pakistan's Haris Rauf (San Francisco Unicorns) and Sunil Narine (LA Knight Riders) of West Indies.
MLC's first season in 2023 changes the landscape of American cricket by bringing world-class domestic cricket t20 action For the first time, most matches in the United States were played in front of packed crowds in Texas and North Carolina. Dozens of the world's best cricketers competed against the country's top domestic talent across 19 matches.

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