Mobile production organisation OPPO on Tuesday became a new unite of a Indian cricket team, replacing broadcasting giants Star India.
“The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is pleased to announce OPPO Mobiles India Private Limited as a new group unite for a Indian Cricket Team,” a BCCI pronounced in a statement.
“The mobile production hulk OPPO’s organisation with BCCI will start from Apr 2017 for a duration of 5 years,” it added.
Star India had done it transparent that it would not find a renovation of a sponsorship deal, that was to finish subsequent month.
The organisation had cited differences with a Board on a commitments sought from them as a reason for a decision.
Star India took over as a Indian cricket team’s sponsor in 2013 from Sahara, that was announced incompetent by a Board.
The group unite gets to have a blurb trademark on a both a men’s and women’s kits.