16 March, 2014

ICC World T20 Fantasy Cricket 2014 GAME

The ICC World T20 Fantasy Cricket 2014 game
  is now open for entry - 

Register your team today!
Select your team for the ICC World Twenty20 and give yourself the chance to win some fantastic prizes.
If you're new to international cricket management, check out our how to play pages and learn the ropes, from team selection to maintaining a winning formula with team changes.
Scoring starts with the first preliminary group game at 09.30 GMT on Sunday, 16 March when hosts Bangladesh take on Afghanistan. Choose your winning XI from our extensive player list, filled with the world's brightest stars, and set your sights on maximum points!
Bring your mates together in your very own Private League and earn your bragging rights as you prove your international cricket credentials. Use our free Challenge service to send your invites and inspire your friends.

 Game Guide - How to Play :

Below is a brief guide to playing the ICC World T20 Fantasy Cricket 2014 game, giving you the opportunity to win some fantastic prizes.

Selecting Your Team

To start picking your team, you'll need to log in. You first need to register your personal details, and on subsequent visits, simply log in with these details. Click here to register.
You must select your 11 man team (one of which is subsequently designated as your captain), with no more than three players from any one country (no more than six for the semi-finals and final) and a maximum of three players ranked in the top 10 of the Reliance ICC T20 rankings (batting, bowling or all-rounder rankings as of Sunday, 2 February), also ensuring that your team complies with one of the three specified player combinations.
To find out more about how to select your team, click here.

Making Team Changes

Team changes are unlimited until the start of the tournament at 09:30 GMT* on Sunday, 16 March and remain unlimited until the first match of the Super 10's at 13:30 GMT* on Friday, 21 March, allowing you to field six active players in every game during the 1st Round and/or set up your team in preparation for the Super 10's.
You can then make up to 20 team changes during the Super 10's, reacting to injuries, loss of form and fixture schedules.
Changes are also unlimited between the end of the Super 10's and the first semi-final at 13:00 GMT* on Thursday, 3 April.
No changes can be made between the two semi-finals, but up to two changes can then be made between the second semi-final and the final at 13:00 GMT* on Sunday, 6 April.
Captain changes are unlimited throughout the competition and can therefore be changed prior to every single match.
(* Indian Time = GMT+5.5 hours and US Eastern Time = GMT-5)
For further details on team changes, please click here.

Scoring Points

Points updates will take place within an hour of the completion of each match.
Your 11 man team will score points based on your players' bowling, batting and fielding performances, as well as for the official Man of the Match - with double points (both positive and negative) for your captain.




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