This is that time of the year when everyone speaks in the language of cricket. It’s the IPL season. Though we are just into it, it seems that we have seen everything. The nail-biting matches, the strange controversies, the aggressive knocks, and the mad fans. An IPL match is like a paisa vasool film which keeps you on the edge till the very last ball. So, to keep up with the drama going on the cricket field, Cricbuzz is the source.
CricBuzz is a sports news website and app covering the game of cricket exclusively. It also features news, articles, live coverage of cricket matches.
The company was created by Pankaj Chhaparwal, Piyush Agarwal and Pravin Hegde in 2004. In Nov 2014, Times Internet, a subsidiary of Times of India, acquired the majority stake in CricBuzz. Thereafter, the website continues to be managed by the original founders. In 2015, Times Internet merged its cricket site, GoCricket, with the Cricbuzz.
When Bumrah bowled to de Villiers and Kohli, everything took a backseat as the fans watched in awe. It wasn't bullying. It was never meant to be. It was mesmerising. @AkashS08 has more on the fascinating battle: https://t.co/Dq4Wq0VPnA #IPL2019 #RCBvMI pic.twitter.com/YDBeRgn9xb
— Cricbuzz (@cricbuzz) March 29, 2019
The Cricbuzz contains the live streaming of cricket scores, upcoming schedules, team and player rankings, archives, news, articles, videos, pictures, and cricket based online games. In short, it is the bible of cricket in India.
Over the years, it has gained immense popularity. In 2014, its mobile app crossed 50 million downloads, the largest in India, and the website was used by more than 50 million users worldwide. It generated 2.6 billion page views in Jan 2015 alone. Till today, the site continues to be people’s go-to website for all the cricket drama.