KabaddiAdda to livestream matches all the matches from K7
KabaddiAdda entered into a live stream partnership with K7 Tournament and will be live streaming all the matches of the latter. K7 Tournament is the premier professional junior Kabaddi tournament in India which has been launched with the support of the Amateur Kabaddi Association Haryana (AKAH). The tournament will be played across multiple cities of India, throughout 2021. The first part of qualifiers has already started off in Haryana.
KabaddiAdda is a digital platform that connects the entire Kabaddi ecosystem. It is also the official scoring partner for the K7 tournament and will also be providing updates, live feed, live news, and schedules on its website.
16 teams are going to take part in the 4-day tournament and the participants are from the leading kabaddi academies from Haryana. All the participants in the competition are under 21 years of age and under 75 kgs. Four teams are placed in four different groups and will be battling out for the top spot. The final of which is going to be held on March 4, 2021.
Speaking on the broadcast collaboration with the K7 tournament, KabaddiAdda CEO Arvind Sivdas says, “Kabaddi is a sport for ”Bharat”. The current K7 tournament is an amazing opportunity for players from amazing academies across the country to unleash their true potential. Our desi sport has garnered the attention it deserves and the audience too in recent times and we believe this collaboration with K7 will be worthwhile, given that the sport of Kabaddi is at the cusp of exponential growth. It’s fantastic to see young players so excited to be back on a mat and it gives us immense pride to see the high quality of competition.”
Said co-CEO of K7, Vikas Gautam, “This being the inaugural edition of the K7 tournament, we have already seen a tremendous response within the Kabaddi community and outside of it. With K7s, we intend on bringing more opportunities for the youth of this country, who aspire to be professional kabaddi players and want to take up the sport as a viable career.”