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ICC has launched Fantasy cricket league for cricket world cup 2015

The International Cricket Council has Launched Fantasy League game for the Cricket World Cup 2015, with multiple game modes and chances to win exclusive ICC Cricket World Cup merchandise. Cricket fans can now participate in the newly-launched, official ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 Fantasy League. This time Fantasy League will give opportunities to cheer on their favorite players and teams. Participants can create their own XI from all 14 ICC Cricket World Cup teams among a total of 210 players with a profile, detailed statistics and photo. Visit fantasy.cricketworldcup.com to play
Players have been given a virtual value based on overall ODI record, career statistics, batting average and strike rate, frequency of big scores, number of 4’s and 6’s hit, bowling average.

The ICC Fantasy Cricket League will have two game modes one is Tournament Mode another is Match Mode. Tournament Mode is for the entire duration of the tournament and users can make substitutions for every match. The team with the most points at the end will win. In Match Mode, people can create a squad for each match and there is a winner for every match day.

Four phases are:
Phase 1 – League Stage (21 Games), Phase 2 – League Stage (21 Games), Phase 3 - Quarter Finals – (4 Games) and Phase 4-- Semi-Finals and Final – (3 Games)
Users will have to select teams by following these guide lines
- At least four specialist batsmen
- At least one All Rounder
- At least two Bowlers
- One Wicket Keeper
There is a detailed scoring system that rewards all aspect of performance with particular reward on runs, the speed of scoring, wickets, bowling economy and fielding. To participate and to know more details visit fantasy.cricketworldcup.com.

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