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What do you mean by Crickees tournament hosting solution?

In simple words, Crickees will host your cricket tournament as a website, which will have features like – live updates, news, stats, results, fixtures etc. This will help you to generate spectators from around the globe. This will also help emerging players to get recognition from several parts of the world.

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How much will I have to pay for hosting my tournament?

It depends upon the plan you choose. We can even host your cricket tournament for just Rs 5000, which is the basic plan.

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How long will it take to complete the hosting process?

Once we receive the payment from you, it will take 24-72 business hours for us to setup and host your cricket tournament. It also depends on the delivery of required content from you.

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Will I get support from Crickees, when I have queries?

Yes. You will be given an initial training on how to manage the site. You can also refer the video tutorial available in Crickees.com. In addition to these, we will be providing support over phone and through chat.

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How long will my tournament be available online?

The expiry date of all the plans you choose are 1 year from the date of hosting. If you want to renew the subscription, you can contact us at any time before it expires.

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Is there any tool for tracking my website’s traffic?

Yes. We will provide you with a Google Analytics A/c for you to track and analyze the user traffic of your website.

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Is it possible for me to send the live update of the match through my phone?

Yes. If you have an Internet-enabled mobile phone, you can send live updates about the matches to the website through it.

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How can I update the scorecard?

Once a match is over, you can click on the match and enter the scorecard. It is very simple to update. First of all, you have to select the players and their bowling and batting positions. Then enter the scores in the corresponding fields. Once you complete that, the scorecard is ready, also the stats and net-runrate.

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