Voice of Pakistan Cricket 2022 initiative launched to search for new commentators

Voice of Pakistan Cricket

During the ongoing PSL 7, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has started an intriguing project in cooperation with Pepsi to find new cricket commentators for the Pepsi presents Voice of Pakistan Cricket 2022 campaign.

Cricket commentary fans who want to consider a career in this exciting area can join in the digital campaign by submitting their entries through video recordings of their commentary.

A total of 20 commentators will be chosen from the submissions and invited to an audition, which will be conducted by Chairman PCB Ramiz Raja, who was Pakistan’s top cricket commentator before appointed as PCB’s chairman in September last year.

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Five candidates will be chosen for the final round from a list of twenty. The winner will be chosen from among the contestants and will be known as the Pepsi Voice of Pakistan Cricket 2022.

The winner will be invited to the PSL 7 final on February 27 at Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore and will have the chance to commentate on the match. A cash prize of PKR 500,000 will also be awarded to the winner.

“This is a very exciting chance for those cricket fanatics who wish to build a name in cricket commentary,” says PCB Chairman Ramiz Raja.

“We motivate all cricket fans who want to commentate to take part in this initiative; it is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity because the winner will not only be able to commentate in the PSL 7 final, but will also have the opportunity to pursue a career in this incredible field that has so many opportunities both inside and outside Pakistan.”

Please note, only Pakistanis over the age of 18 are eligible to enter in the program. Participants must submit videos that are in both Urdu and English. So be quick as last date for the entry is 13 Feb 2022.

For better understanding of the Voice of Pakistan Cricket contest, visit this link.

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