A stroke of genius

TUESDAY 18 APRIL 2017 (via. nzbusiness.co.nz)  The rise of New Zealand’s digital cricket platform CricHQ is as spectacular as the size of the market it has entered and is rapidly dominating. The statistics and sheer volume of data are equally mind-numbing.

This is about having a dream, seeing...

CricHQ's debut as a broadcaster a big success

MEDIA RELEASE - TUESDAY 4 APRIL 2017  

CricHQ, the world’s largest digital platform for cricket, began its journey to also becoming the world’s largest broadcaster of cricket when its “CricHQ.tv” platform livestreamed a Champion County game in Abu Dhabi last week. The match was the first step in...

CricHQ nominated for international sports technology award

WEDNESDAY 22 MARCH 2017 (via. stuff.co.nz

Cricket app CricHQ has put some more runs on its awards board after being shortlisted for a prize previously won by huge sporting brands including Wimbledon and the NBA.

Warwickshire CCC agrees partnership with digital platform CricHQ

WEDNESDAY 8 MARCH 2017 (via. warwickshireccc.com) Warwickshire County Cricket Club has signed a new partnership with digital platform CricHQ to be an official partner of the club for the next three years.

CricHQ wants to become world's largest cricket broadcaster after buying video business

THURSDAY 2 MARCH 2017 (via. stuff.co.nz

CricHQ chairman Kevin Roberts pitched a vision of people being able to watch a highlight package of your grandchild's latest cricket match when he joined the cricket app last year.

CricHQ and My Action Replay partner up to deliver the Ultimate Cricket Experience

THURSDAY 16 FEBRUARY 2017 Global cricket platform, CricHQ, have expanded their offering through a partnership with UK-based, sports-video highlights provider, My Action Replay. The partnership was established to meet increasing demand for video capture, recording and live-streaming of...

Bassarath: Don’t run from progress

WEDNESDAY 25 JANUARY 2017 (via. trinidadexpress.com) Don’t run from technology. That was the plea yesterday of Trinidad and Tobago Cricket Board president Azim Bassarath as the local body officially launched its new digital scoring system, CricHQ.

How hi-tech raises the sports bar

MONDAY 23 JANUARY 2017 (via. livemint.comTechnology is now integral to sport: it's used in training, diet, recovery, clothes, shoes and in every sphere of the modern sporting world.

CricHQ taps Kevin Roberts

MONDAY 16 JANUARY 2017 (via. NZ Media and Advertising website, MA+DKevin Roberts has taken a new direction in the next step in his post-Saatchi career – he’s been appointed chair of Wellington-based global sports tech company CricHQ. Roberts has invested a million NZ dollars, so has bought...

Kantasingh says digital scoring long overdue

MONDAY 9 JANUARY 2017 (via. ttcb.co.ttVeteran Trinidad and Tobago cricketer, Kavesh Kantasingh has welcomed the introduction of digital scoring into the Trinidad and Tobago Cricket Board’s domestic club competitions. This season the TTCB has mandated Premiership Division I and II clubs to...

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