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Paytm wins title sponsorship rights for India vs. West Indies T20Is in the US

29-August-2016
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Paytm wins title sponsorship rights for India vs. West Indies T20Is in the US

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has awarded the title sponsorship rights to Paytm for the upcoming T20 International matches between India and West Indies to be played in Florida (U.S.A.).

BCCI President, Anurag Thakur said, “We are delighted to extend our association with Paytm. This will further strengthen partnership with our existing partner and is a testimony to the fact that our partners believe in BCCI’s initiative of reaching out to newer audiences and markets.” 

While Hony. Secretary, Ajay Shirke added,“We have always respected our relationship with existing partners. This announcement of Paytm coming on-board reflects the strong bond we share with our partners. We are pleased to extend our association with them.” 

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