WorldLink Communications, the largest internet service provider in Nepal, has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Cricket Association of Nepal (CAN) to provide all the necessary internet infrastructure for cricket in Nepal.
The MoU was signed on Tuesday, April 18, 2023, at the Tribhuvan University International Cricket Ground in Kirtipur. WorldLink CEO Keshav Nepal and CAN Acting Secretary Durga Raj Pathak signed the MoU on behalf of their respective organizations.
The agreement will see WorldLink provide a dedicated internet facility of 40 Mbps with optional optical fiber at the Mulpani and Kirtipur cricket grounds. The company will also provide dedicated internet of 100 Mbps at both locations for the duration of the ongoing ACC Cricket Cup.
In addition to providing internet infrastructure, WorldLink will also work with CAN to promote cricket in Nepal. The company will provide training to cricket coaches and players, and it will also help to organize cricket tournaments and events.
WorldLink CEO Keshav Nepal said that the company is committed to supporting the development of cricket in Nepal. “We are proud to be associated with CAN and we are committed to providing the best possible internet infrastructure for cricket in Nepal,” he said.
CAN Acting Secretary Durga Raj Pathak said that the MoU is a major step forward for cricket in Nepal. “We are grateful to WorldLink for their support and we are confident that this partnership will help us to take Nepali cricket to the next level,” he said.