Ravichandran Ashwin Joins Ownership of New Team in Global Chess

Star Indian cricketer Ravichandran Ashwin has joined as a co-owner of a new team in the Global Chess League. The league’s second season is scheduled to take place from October 3 to 12 at London Friends House, as announced on Monday, July 8. This move highlights Ashwin’s expanding interests beyond cricket, diving into the world of competitive chess. The upcoming season will feature six teams competing, promising an exciting blend of strategy and competition in the heart of London.

Ravichandran Ashwin Co-owned a New Chess Team Franchise:

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Ravichandran Ashwin, along with business leaders Prachura PP and Venkat K Narayana, co-owns the newly introduced team, the American Gambits, which will take the place of the Chigari Gulf Titans in the Global Chess League. Ravichandran Ashwin expressed his excitement about this new venture and the opportunities it presents for expanding his interests beyond cricket.

He said, “ We’re thrilled to introduce the American Gambits to the chess world. With a blend of strategic brilliance and unwavering determination, our team aims to redefine the game. As the co-owner, I’m excited to witness their journey and contribute to their success.”

The CEO of the Global Chess League, Sameer Pathak also expressed his excitement as Indian star play co-owned a team in this league. He said, “Prachura’s deep affection for chess and business acumen, Ashwin’s credentials both as an ace sportsman and chess lover, and Venkat K Narayana’s leadership in business and the film industry are well known. The trio’s franchise ownership is expected to bring fresh perspectives and dynamic growth to the league. We are delighted to have them on board for our fast growing and innovative Global Chess League.”

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The tournament will be televised on prominent OTT and TV platforms globally, aiming for widespread viewership. This comprehensive broadcasting approach ensures that fans worldwide can enjoy the competition, showcasing top-tier chess action to a diverse audience. By leveraging both digital streaming services and traditional television networks, the tournament seeks to maximize its reach and engagement, making it accessible to enthusiasts across different countries and regions.

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Star Indian cricketer Ravichandran Ashwin has joined as a co-owner of a new team in the Global Chess League. The league's second season is scheduled to take place from October 3 to 12 at London Friends House, as announced on Monday, July 8. This move highlights Ashwin's expanding interests beyond cricket, diving into the world of competitive chess. The upcoming season will feature six teams competing, promising an exciting blend of strategy and competition in the heart of London.

Ravichandran Ashwin Co-owned a New Chess Team Franchise:

Ravichandran Ashwin, along with business leaders Prachura PP and Venkat K Narayana, co-owns the newly introduced team, the American Gambits, which will take the place of the Chigari Gulf Titans in the Global Chess League. Ravichandran Ashwin expressed his excitement about this new venture and the opportunities it presents for expanding his interests beyond cricket.

He said, “ We’re thrilled to introduce the American Gambits to the chess world. With a blend of strategic brilliance and unwavering determination, our team aims to redefine the game. As the co-owner, I’m excited to witness their journey and contribute to their success."

The CEO of the Global Chess League, Sameer Pathak also expressed his excitement as Indian star play co-owned a team in this league. He said, “Prachura’s deep affection for chess and business acumen, Ashwin’s credentials both as an ace sportsman and chess lover, and Venkat K Narayana’s leadership in business and the film industry are well known. The trio’s franchise ownership is expected to bring fresh perspectives and dynamic growth to the league. We are delighted to have them on board for our fast growing and innovative Global Chess League."

The tournament will be televised on prominent OTT and TV platforms globally, aiming for widespread viewership. This comprehensive broadcasting approach ensures that fans worldwide can enjoy the competition, showcasing top-tier chess action to a diverse audience. By leveraging both digital streaming services and traditional television networks, the tournament seeks to maximize its reach and engagement, making it accessible to enthusiasts across different countries and regions.

Stay updated with all the cricketing action, follow Cricadium on WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter, Telegram and Instagram