In a significant development for cricket fans in Pakistan, Caretaker Prime Minister Anwaar-ul-Haq Kakar has granted the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) permission to sell media rights for the 9th edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL). This eagerly awaited decision brings relief and excitement to cricket enthusiasts.
As a source said: “Considering the urgency of the matter, the prime minister has allowed selling media rights for the PSL 9.”
Fans can now rejoice as PSL 9 is officially on the horizon. The approval for the media rights sale is a game-changer for the league, which has become a cornerstone of Pakistani cricket. International broadcasting giants vying for the rights promise extensive coverage and an unmatched viewing experience.
Initially, PSL 9’s starting date coincides with a general election in Pakistan on 8 Feb, so the Pakistan Super League may start on Feb 13 or 17.
While the green light for media rights sale is a significant step, challenges remain, including finalizing the tournament schedule and ensuring smooth operations. However, PSL 9 is poised to recapture the nation’s and the world’s imagination with its dynamic cricket and unwavering passion for the sport.
Stay tuned to Crickist for the latest updates on PSL 9!
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