Male and Female Mascots For Cricket World Cup 2023 The International Cricket Council (ICC) had announced the Male and Female Mascots For Cricket World Cup 2023 at an event in Gurugram, India, in the presence of U19 World Cup Champions’ captains Yash Dhull and Shafali Verma. As per the reports , both of the mascot represent gender equality and diversity, orginating from a distant cricket paradise called the Crictoverse.
Male and Female Mascots
ICC Unveils Male and Female Mascots for 2023
The female mascot is equipped with turbo-powered arm capable of unleashing fireballs at astonishing speeds whereas male mascot representsub-zero coolness and high-voltage batting power. ICC is going to intitate a competition on August 27th where they can put names of these mascot. At inauguration , the ICC Head of Events Chris Tetley said that the perpetual characters signify cricket’s universal appeal beyond cultures and boundaries, with the mascots standing as beacons of unity and passion. With representation of both genders, they epitomize the vital role of gender equality in our dynamic world. The selected mascot will represent the fans through broastcasts and on diigtial platforms
ICC Unveils Male and Female Mascots
When was ICC was formed ?
ICC was formed in 1909, only England, Australia and South Africa were members
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ICC has 108 member nations in which 12 full members that play Test matches, and 96 are associate members.