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Digital cricket brand ESPNcricinfo has reimagined and redesigned its website and mobile app.

ESPNcricinfo 24 july 2017The revamp brings news, analysis, an expanding library of video and more. The ESPNcricinfo Scorecard offers live scores and commentary, more stats, photos, video, trivia and content easily shareable on social media. Fans also can personalise their experience, with favourite teams and competitions that will always be front and centre, and alerts to get the most important news and developments pushed directly to their home screen.

Combined with the new features, ESPNcricinfo remains the home for news and analysis of every wicket, match, star and scandal. New storytelling formats and presentations, increased video, more short and snackable information joins features and news reporting.

“We are cricket fans ourselves and we cherish our role as the definitive voice of a sport that fans everywhere love and share,” said Ramesh Kumar, vice president, ESPNcricinfo and head of ESPN India and South Asia. “Today, mobile devices have evolved into the daily gateway to cricket for hundreds of millions of fans around the world. The new and improved ESPNcricinfo reflects our commitment to combining the most dynamic digital products with the best cricket content and coverage.”

“The new ESPNcricinfo marks the latest step in the development of our unified, truly global digital product platform,” added Adam Deutsch, vice president, global digital product operations at ESPN. “In the past 24 months ESPN has recreated the leading suite of digital sports products, setting a new industry standard for technological sophistication and user experience, all in support of the best sports content and coverage in the world.”