Cricket enthusiasts around the world are paying attention to this two-day cricket conference on January 31, with Jay Shah, the secretary of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), in the forefront.
In a recent development, the Asian Cricket Council (ACC) Annual General Meetings (AGM) are scheduled to take place in Bali, Indonesia over the course of the following two days. Cricket fans around the world are paying attention to this two-day cricket conference on January 31, with Jay Shah, the secretary of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), in the forefront.
Asia’s premier cricketing body, the ACC, will address important issues at the AGM, with a focus on the organization’s broadcasting rights. The Asia Cup, the ACC’s main event, has elevated its rights to a premium status in the world of cricket.Disney Star has owned the rights for eight years, but there’s always a chance of change because of how quickly sports broadcasting in India is evolving. Tuesday’s dinner invitation to prominent broadcasters sets the stage for possible competitive bids.
The location of the upcoming Asia Cup presents another challenge for the ACC. The next season would follow a Twenty20 format, and Oman and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) are vying to host, according to the source. The possibility of Associate members hosting the championship is complicated by a provision that benefits Full-member Asian countries. In spite of this, the UAE has already held events in 2018 and 2022, even though Sri Lanka and India were the official hosts.
Although the topic of elections is avoided in the official agenda, there are rumors that the leadership reins may be shared. Jay Shah, who is currently the president of the ACC, is a topic of discussion regarding his possible transition to the chairmanship of the International Cricket Council (ICC). The outcome of the ACC conference may act as a crystal ball, providing information about the changing nature of leadership positions in cricket across the globe.
Cricket fans everywhere are excited about the future of Asian cricket and how it may affect the wider cricket scene as we wait for the results from Bali.