The International Cricket Council (ICC) has unveiled a vibrant mascot duo to engage the next generation of cricket fans. The duo, a male and female character, hail from a land far away called the Crictoverse. They are said to possess explosive energy and entertainment, and will be a fixture at ICC events in the years to come.
The female character is a fast bowler with pinpoint accuracy and unmatched reflexes. She is adorned with a belt carrying six power cricket orbs, each strategically prepared for various game-changing tactics. The male character is a batsman with sub-zero coolness and high-voltage batting prowess. His every shot, from sneaky finesse to seam-smashing sixes, resonates with an electrifying force.
Fans will now have the opportunity to name the mascots. To submit your preference, click here.
The mascot duo was designed with the help of fans, who contributed to the design and development stages through comprehensive surveys. Their valuable insights have played a pivotal role in shaping the personas of the mascots, ensuring that they truly resonate with the diverse and passionate cricketing community.
The mascot duo will be available throughout the buildup and during the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023 to engage with fans on ground, through broadcast and digital mediums. Fans will also be able to purchase special mascot-themed merchandise, including unique wearable items like sunglasses.
Tickets for the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023 are now available for registration. Fans can register from 15 August, and tickets will be available for purchase from 25 August.
The ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023 will be held in India from 9 October to 20 November. It is the first time that the tournament will be held in India since 2011.