first virtual realty cricket league starts Brendon McCullum beat virender sehwag first match In the first match, McCullum defeated Sehwag, the next match between Harbhajan and Raina - Online Betting Guides
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first virtual realty cricket league starts Brendon McCullum beat virender sehwag first match In the first match, McCullum defeated Sehwag, the next match between Harbhajan and Raina

               
Wear a VR device, choose ground, pitch, bowler and start the game, AI Coach will help
In the first such league of the world, Prithvi Shaw, Shubhaman Gill, Herschelle Gibbs, Kaif, Dilshan, Laxman are also playing

Mumbai. For the first time in the world, Virtual Reality Cricket League has started. There are also players like Virender Sehwag, Brendon McCullum and Suresh Raina. Cricket is played with Real Time Experience in Gaming Zone through VR Technology in the IB Cricket-Super Over League in Mumbai. Coach with Artificial Intelligence also helps.

It is played between 1-1 player. The batsman can choose the country ground of his choice. Suppose the batsman chooses Kolkata's Eden Gardens, then he will get exactly the Eden virtual atmosphere. Then the batsman can choose the pitch condition and bowler's style according to him. The bowler can set the field. The batsman wears the VR device, the bowler bowls the ball with the control button.

Sehwag gets 10-run target, not able to chase

In the first match of the league, Brendon McCullum defeated Virender Sehwag. McCullum scored 10 runs, which Sehwag could not chase. The second match was played between VVS Laxman and Tillakaratne Dilshan. The next match is between Suresh Raina and Harbhajan Singh on March 21.

VR Sports likely to have more than 500 million users in 2 years
IB Sports reported that the number of users of VR Sports in the world could be more than 50 crore in two years. Therefore, there is a plan to increase this league further. The league's games can be viewed on the streaming site.

Annual revenue of online gaming in the country is Rs 7.5 thousand crores
According to statistics, online gaming of online gaming in India is about 7.5 thousand crore rupees. In this sense, India is ranked 16th in the world. China is in the first place. In India, the number of Internet users has reached more than 300 million. It is clear that online activity and gaming have increased in the country.
                
                
            

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