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Emerging Media partners Sri Lanka Cricket as the official 3rd Umpire Screen Provider


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Emerging Media Ltd. was awarded the prestige of being the official 3rd Umpire LED Giant Screen provider by Sri Lanka Cricket for the upcoming Bangladesh and New Zealand tours in 2019. Hence, Emerging Media holds the exclusive rights to operate and market the 3rd Umpire LED Giant Screens at all match venues which will display corporate sponsor brand communication during the upcoming tours. 

As the largest digital display advertising network in Sri Lanka, Emerging Media will operate and maintain the highest quality digital screens in keeping with international standards for test and limited over matches. These giant screens will positively contribute to the ambience and spirit of the game, to heighten the excitement of live cricket, giving its spectators an unforgettable viewing experience.

On the heels of the recently concluded World Cup series which captured the interests of viewers worldwide, Sri Lanka Cricket has taken a step forward in embracing modern and technologically advanced methods to engage their audience by enhancing the way in which sponsor communication takes place at match venues. 

Emerging Media Founder and Managing Director Sanjeewa Rajapakshe said: “We are excited to partner with Sri Lanka Cricket for the Bangladesh and New Zealand Cricket tours in 2019. Our partnership with Sri Lanka Cricket connects our entrepreneurial zeal with this year’s notable sporting events, which I know will be a winning combination.” He added that, “As a major cricketing event in the country, it brings people together and is the perfect place for us to create awareness about the ease and affordability of Emerging Media’s product and service offerings.”

Having just celebrated a decade of success in the industry, Emerging Media is the market leader in digital signage solutions and location based advertising with indoor and outdoor screens placed in 200+ prime locations in Colombo, including eight large LED screens.


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