Cricket fans will get a lot of relief after Sony and Facebook come together. With the help of this, now they can see all the content on Facebook and for this they will not need to go anywhere else.
Users can enjoy highlights on Facebook
Facebook and Sony Pictures Networks India have partnered to bring match highlights and videos from India’s upcoming cricket series against Sri Lanka and England to their fans. Fans will now be able to access match highlights such as in-play clips, player of the match, best catches, best wickets and much more on Facebook Watch.
It will all start from the first ODI against Sri Lanka on 18 July and will go on till the fifth Test against England from 10-14 September. The partnership includes highlights and videos from three ODIs, three T20s and five Test matches, which will be shown on Facebook Watch.
To connect millions of fans with their favorite match moments and sports icons, the wide array of content will include match highlights, in-play moments with best catches, best wickets and man of the match. By being featured on the Facebook pages of Sony Pictures Networks India sports channels, fans will also be able to watch the action they missed and talk about or share their top moments with their friends and family.
Commenting on the announcement, Manish Chopra, Director & Head of Partnerships, Facebook India said, “Sports including cricket, our efforts towards connecting people and building community on Facebook and creating and enabling their video experiences is an integral part of. We are delighted to partner with SPNI to bring you the most exciting moments from the Indian cricket team’s upcoming tours of Sri Lanka and England on Facebook Watch. We are positive that showcasing the action of these matches will encourage more interaction and engagement among cricket fans around the world.”
Manish Agarwal, Head – Growth & Monetization, Digital Business, Sony Pictures Networks India, said, “We are very excited to partner with Facebook to bring highlights and videos from the Indian cricket team’s upcoming tours of Sri Lanka and England. Our association with Facebook will enable us to expand exciting content for cricket enthusiasts and keep them informed about what happens around the pitch.”
Facebook Watch is built with the belief that watching videos will help people connect more deeply with each other. That’s why Facebook continues to work towards enabling a video experience that connects people, and this is an integral part of building the social viewing experience of cricket and bringing the community closer together on this platform.
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