ISLAMABAD: Muhammad Kamran Awan, a Pakistani entrepreneur and co-owner of the New York Warrior cricket franchise, has vowed to achieve success in the USA’s First-Ever T10 league and promote cricket as a prominent sport in America.
Kamran’s passion for promoting cricket as a prominent sport in the United States is evident through his unwavering commitment.
A group of trailblazing entrepreneurs, including Pakistani businessman Awan, along with Husnain Bajwa and two Indian-origin entrepreneurs, Preet Kamal and Gurmeet Singh, have created history by acquiring the New York Warriors cricket franchise in the USA’s inaugural T10 league.
The first-ever T Ten Global Sports, Master T10 League, is gearing up to begin in Broward County Stadium, Florida on August 18.
Six teams, namely Atlanta Fire, California Knights, Morrisville Unity, New Jersey Legends, New York Warriors, and Texas Chargers, will participate, featuring an exciting mix of retired cricket legends. Viewers can expect to be enthralled by this captivating event.
The league’s exciting action will culminate with the final match on August 27th.
The American shores have been electrified with the excitement of Pakistani, Indian cricket, as the T Ten Global Sports,
Master T10 League, boasts a star-studded lineup featuring renowned players like Shahid Afridi, Misbah Ul Haq, Kamran Akmal, Yuvraj Singh, Gautam Gambhir, Suresh Raina,
Robin Peterson, Jerome Taylor, Sohail Khan, Abdur Rehman, and Umaid Awan, along with promising young talents.
These renowned retired Indian and Pakistani cricketers will showcase their skills and excitement in this highly anticipated T10 competition, Awan said.
The New York Warriors cricket franchise is backed by a group of owners who have been residing in the USA for over two decades.
They aim to promote cricket, create growth opportunities for international players in the US sports market, and unite enthusiasts from both nations, Awan added.
“We have wholeheartedly embraced the world of sports, with cricket being our special focus.
“Our enthusiasm has led us to explore team ownership, aiming to foster the growth of cricket in the USA—a nation that has already achieved remarkable milestones in the world of sports,” Awan said.