The T20 Global League – and its associated logo – were unveiled to much hype and international sporting industry excitement at the Wanderers Cricket Stadium on Wednesday evening.
Previously billed as the #T20 Global Destination League, the name was shortened to T20 Global League, which is set to start in November, with the final expected to take place on December 16.
The logo, depicting the African continent along with the radiance on
The logo was designed to visually position
The standout logo is the first visual component of the T20 Global League’s new brand identity which will be progressively unveiled as the first season approaches, and represents the T20 Global League’s mission to present world-class, top-quality cricket hosted in iconic local cities and stadiums in South Africa.
“It is our duty as Cricket South
“Fans can look forward to epic game experiences, complimented by action-packed stadiums, big entertainment, top class broadcasters and accessible ticket prices. We can firmly say that the era of ‘sportainment’ has dawned upon us. It’s now
The eight successful team owners will be announced on June 19 in
The process of applying to own and operate a team opened on February 4, with more than 150 expressions of interest that will be narrowed down to just eight.
The new T20 Global League logo also received the thumbs up from Protea stars in the
“It’s appealing, fresh and energetic,” said Proteas all-rounder and T20 Global League marquee player JP Duminy.
“We are counting the days to this wonderful tournament, and excitement is building within the Proteas camp. I know of a few international players who can’t wait to get in on the action.”
Duminy’s comments were echoed by master blaster David Miller.
“The excitement levels are starting to rise, and the anticipation of a world-class T20 League in
“Now that this awesome logo and tournament name has been revealed, we are definitely counting down the weeks ahead of the first ball of the T20 Global League.”Cricket