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Int'l Cricket Council Women's World Cup Reached More Than 180 Million Worldwide

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 08 / 11 / 17

More than 180 million people are estimated to have watched this summer's Int'l Cricket Council Women's World Cup. There was also an almost 300% increase in viewing hours compared to the last edition in '13. Viewership increased significantly in all territories, including an eight-fold increase in vi...

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