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ICC Introducing ‘Bat-Tracking’ In T20 World Cup 2021

ICC introduce bat-tracking in T20 world cup

Web Desk — For the first time in T20 World Cup 2021, the International Cricket Council (ICC) is going to introduce ‘bat-racking.

A post published on ICC’s official website reads, “For the first time in cricket we’ll also see tracking off the bat, which will be provided by Hawk-Eye in select matches, in addition to their ball tracking and edge detection services.”

Viewers, in this way, will be able to enjoy the action with cable-suspended camera system Spidercam and other features.

ICC has further expanded on its plans to broadcast 10,000 hours of live-action from the Council’s broadcast partners across 200 countries and more.

ICC says its TV production will see a minimum of 35 cameras at all venues. Viewers will be treated to state-of-the-art coverage which will include live player tracking and a dynamic field plot.

Cricket fans will be able to go through key events, match highlights, and other breaking stories on ICC’s website as well as Facebook and Instagram pages.

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