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The ICC Gets Involved in the USA Cricket and Major League Cricket Conflict

The conflict between USA Cricket and Major League Cricket MLC) has escalated to the International Cricket Council (ICC). USA Cricket is the official governing body for cricket in the United States, while MLC is a privately-owned organization aiming to establish a professional cricket league in the country.

ICC's Involvement in the USA Cricket and MLC Conflict

The fans of sports are getting more and more opportunities for enjoying their favorite activity. MLC and MiLC are poised to become major new sources of income and tax revenue for the state. It is also quite promising for the betting market which is rapidly evolving. The operators of online casinos and sportsbooks in Michigan reported that the gross revenue was $170.83 million for the month of February.

The International Cricket Council (ICC) has sent an email to its members urging them not to provide NOCs (No Objection Certificates) to its players for MiLC and MLC, only days after a historic MLC draft in Houston.

The teams for the event, which is set to start on July 13, selected a number of current and past international players at the 19 March draft, including Wanindu Hasranga, Mitchell Marsh, Quinton De Kock, Marcus Stoinis, Aaron Finch, and Anrich Nortje.

The MiLC and MLC contests, which were viewed as revolutionary for cricket in the region, have been condemned by the ICC. The league is not authorized by USA Cricket.

American Cricket Enterprises (ACE), which inked a 50-year commercial rights agreement with USA Cricket in 2019, is responsible for managing MiLC and MLC.

However, it serves as a reminder to the American cricket organization to clean the house before their intentions to co-host the 2024 T20 World Cup receive the same approach.

By choosing an interim-elected board to host matches for the major tournament in 2024 during the ICC quarterly meeting in March, USA Cricket got some time to sort out their internal debates.

People in the know said it is much worse to consider that a World Cup has been allocated here. They voiced their disappointment with the absence of the local cricket body, the facilities, and the administrators.

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The Interim CEO of USA Cricket Resigns

After only five months in the position, USAC Interim CEO Vinay Bhimjiani, who succeeded Iain Higgins, announced his resignation in March. The position is currently empty, and search efforts are already underway to find Bhimjiani's successor.

The USA Cricket Board has confirmed that Mr. Vinay Bhimjiani, the interim CEO of USAC, has resigned with immediate effect in order to pursue other personal goals.

The Structure is Required

The MLC draft has taught us some important things, including the urgent need for order in USA Cricket. All parties must be on the same page if the association is to pull off something as significant as the T20 World Cup and a potential match between Pakistan and India.

Following a meeting of the ICC's Chief Executives Committee in March, it was determined that the West Indies Cricket Board would continue to serve as the tournament's principal hosts while the U.S. would get assignments for matches.