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No two teams can select the same player meaning that, unlike other games, there’s no chance that your teams will be similar to others.

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1Create / Join League
  • Create private league or
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  • Fantasy type (H2H or TPB)
2 Draft players
  • Get unique players one by one
  • Pre-draft players selection
3 Manage Team
  • Manage plying 11
  • Select captain / vice captain
  • Trade players
4 Scores & Standing
  • Understand scoring system
  • Check league standing
  • Check scoring history
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11 Reasons why users love to play draft based fantasy more than traditional salary cap model
Unique Teams You’ll have unique players in your team. No two teams can select the same player meaning that, unlike other games, there’s no chance that your teams will be similar to others

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Google Hangouts Draft for Round Leagues 9NCL-R6 CricBattle organized Live online Draft (Hangouts on air) with Aamil,Anish,Aman and Alagappan. Shareall kinds of view points and enjoy a live online draft forRound 6of the 9 Nations Champions League. Games in Round include : South Africa vs New Zealand ODI1,India vs Sri Lanka 2nd Test,England vs Australia 5th Ashes Test andSouth Africa vs New Zealand ODI2. "Winner gets Cash Prize Rs 500" Keep checking for updates regarding next Hangout Draft.
Live Demo Draft for GSTV-CB Fantasy Cricket This live OFFLINE DRAFT of GSTV Fantasy Cricket, powered by CricBattle took place at the GSTV studio. It was hosted by Praveen and 6 celebrities including coaches, umpires, sports columnists participated in the draft for Cricket World Cup 2015 and picked their players according to the draft schedule. It was the first ever Live Draft for Cricket Fantasy. Watch the video and enjoy the Live Draft.
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Google Hangout Registration Post for 11th September Round - Free prizes on offer The 4th Google Hangout draft fantasy leagueis for the round that starts on 11th of September. The fixtures are England vs Australia 4th ODI and 5th ODI. Remember, it's free to play and the winner gets a cash prize of Rs. 500! Hope you all have read about the Google Hangout drafts that Cricbattle will be doing from now on. If not, here is the link -> The registration is, as usual, first come first served. Comments here will be taken as registrations.Your comment should be in the following manner: 'I am in'. Maximum of 3 registrations. P.S. You can also tell us if you are interested in doing paid leagues. For this, the registration comment format should be like this: I am in, maximum entry fee possible - specify amount, preferred round - specify. Ex: 'I am in, Rs 1000, SA vs NZ & IRE vs AUS.
Round Leagues || New Players To Be Added || 7th Sept,6pm IST Following the changes in the Australian we willaddnewplayersin the available players pool.Theseplayerswill be locked till 24 hours. You can claim theseplayersusing the "ClaimPlayer" feature during that period or draft them in your team after theplayersgets unlocked. Time toadd:7th September,6:00 pm IST[Playerswill be locked for 24 hours] Playersto beadded: AUS: Peter Handscomb, John Hastings, Aaron Finch If anyotherplayersare announced, we willaddthem during the same time on 7thSeptember
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feature req Only who are in top 10 is getn rewards(leaderboard) just a suggestion plz provide rewards fr league toppers also
Michael Clarke I will remember It was 2014 November and Cricket’s aura had been dull with pall of gloom looming over it with Phil Hughes untimely and tragic loss. Emotions had been running intense across the cricketing fraternity, more so in Australia than anywhere else in the world. Thousands of voices and messages gathered from different parts of the world paying an emotional tribute to cricket’s lost son. Hughes’s loss revealed a never seen humane and softer side of everyone involved in the game. Most notably it came from the captain of the Aussie side that Hughes was intermittently part of. It brought to us a story of MichaelClarkeunfolding the other side of his persona waiting to be told. Ever since Michael Clarke made his debut as a 20 year old youngster flourishing to fame -Heleft traces of his presence felt just like any other cricketer forging forward the brash Australian culture. His perspective about the game was crude with a rough attitude and known for pulling media attention. It didn’t take long enough for Michael Clarke to be tagged as a player with a ''street fighter'' attitude sensationalizing the news headlines. WhereverClarkeventured his journey as a cricketer he carried the burden of being a controversial bloke who was strikingly difficult to live with. The truth was well acknowledged as most of the cricketing world portrayedClarkeas an arrogant and a rough cricketer who always stood at the helm of the controversies. And for some even disliking the cricketer he is. The Proteas disliked him for the personal sledge enraging Dale Steyn. The dreadful memory of SCG in 2008 still continues to haunt the Indians who labeled Clarke as a cheater for falsely claiming a grounded catch. The verbal barrage he had with England at least once in every Ashes series malignedClarkeeven more. But what transpired during the tragic times of losing his friend and a teammate he fondly loved, unearthed a more humane nature and a tender side of MichaelClarkethat we all fell in love with. The manner of his conduct made us forget a vague opinion that was unjustly imprinted in the minds of several sports fans. All the hatred started to wane. Further inClarke, it brought the best of his raw emotions as opposed to his on-field character. Bidding farewell forever to a beloved friend and a team mate is a job, no captain would wish to confront in any phase of his professional career. But to his misfortune, Phil Hughes loss was the test ofClarke’s emotions. It was the most uncommon quality ofClarkewe knew presenting a grim expression at the press conference and begging for patience while he was helplessly trying to bring himself under control dealing with the flashy cameras and the unfamiliar situation, only to convey the saddening death of his friend. Sure enough it madeClarkerun through a range of emotions he never confronted before. Clarke’s conduct in those difficult times was an action that stands as a worthy illustration of what it means to be a human. His gesture to retire Phil Hughes’ jersey was an earnest wish he might have ever wished for. The courage of words he had shown in his support to Sean Abbott, the manner in which he presented himself at Phil Hughes’s funeral deepened the sensitiveness of his character. His honesty in handling the entire crisis altered the perception of people who thoroughly disliked him for obvious reasons, showered their deep sympathies for Australia’s most trusted skipper. Sometimes it takes only one incident in life to evoke a change in life. Woefully forClarke, it was this tragedy made everyone realize he was much more than just a cricketer. Watching him struggle to put his words together with those teary eyes being deeply inconsolable highlighted the purity of his feelings that earned him true class and respect. Never before had cricket brought into light the purest form of a cricketer’s emotion unfolding his tender heart. This whole episode makes everyone realize how a sportsperson can be a different human than he is within himself. It also throws into light the fact that life and emotions are much bigger than a sport. Everyone knew MichaelClarkeas problem child of the sport but none could comprehend his inner soul. He was never properly embraced by the public due to his street fighter attitude. But among everything in his career, the world will continue to admireClarkefor his character and leadership during the times of adversity for what he stood for and how he presented himself. The world cannot forget the Phil Hughes tragedy which put cricket in the darkest hours of sadness and despair. And neither can we forget Michael Clarke who went through the trauma of emotional turbulence. There is no doubt thatClarkewill be facing a vigilant battle with his own emotions whenever he reflects back on his career. This is something which was never confronted by any of his predecessors. And considering this ordealClarkeas gone through, it is this purest form of Michael Clarke we all would want to remember that makes him radically distinct from rest who etched their legacy as baggy green skippers.
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At last have won some real money from Fantasy leagues .The amount is huge of 192$. Thanks to Soumya Ghosh for telling about such a site @cricbattle. Thanks to Aman Parikh for helping me in different ways,Thanks to Anand Thiyagarajan and Sidhant Chauhan for making the cricbattle life so easy.....Thanks to Everyone (related cricbattle)
Born in a country like India, everyone dreams of playing for this country. Then comes a stage when people choose between sports and education and alot of people, whether its pressure from family or an aim of becoming engineer/doctor etc etc, choose education and leave our cricket dreams behind but inside everyone theres always a Cricket Selector. No matter who ever is playing we all give our opinions on playing xi and management, we all realise that no one listens to our opinions but we all love doing that coz we all love our Cricket. CRICBATTLE (big letters coz it has come up as something big in our lives) has given us all that one opportunity to unleash our love and talent towards our favourite game where we all can show the world who has better cricketing knowledge and Team selection skills. Most unique and valuable thing about Cricbattle is that If I have a player my opponent cannot have that same guy and thats so much true to reality, unlike all other fantasy cricket sites. I have playing this amazing game from last 3-4 months and I have never been disappointed. Nothing is perfect in this world and the amazing thing about this site is that the administrator is always willing and keen to listen to our feedback and always does whatever they can to make the users happy. Prize money always comes as second priority to me. 1st thing is the addiction to this site coz of the game not for the money. I win money or not I will always keep playing here and I can see CB becoming really big in near future. Way To Go Rakesh !!!!
Cricbattle really enjoyable fantasy contest . As a cricket Fan I love this cricket contest so from my busy life I spend some time for it . Last few years cricket attract me more, it make a crazy supporter of my team in stadium and home :) Cricbattle become part of my craziness . I wish cricbattle Team success .
I Still remember the first time playing on cric battle when one of my friends accidentally stepped on this site while checking for cricket fantasy sites.We all had played the traditional fantasy cricket for some time and all of us used to claim as Cricket pundits .This concept was mind boggling to start with and the idea of owning a team was just amazing.The site has come through a long way and the changes are being done at super sonic speed.I can always claim to be the first winner (prizes were started from Champions trophy 2013) and would like to keep doing the same.K.U.D.O.S to the Cricbattle team and wish them all the success in becoming a big wonder going ahead.
OMG... First Orkut, then FB... Now Cricbattle!!! i mean im get addicted to CricBattle.. Spending hours here in CricBattle!!! and love to play here and trade the players who I want!!! Great and im going crazy!!! ;)
I m playing fantasy cricket contest from Worldcup 2011, I have played few more local and international contests during this time & win few more too . Online draft, head to head format make cricbattle to me unique than others . It has nice graphic and everyday the cricbattle team trying to develop cricbattle with unique Ideas . I wish cricbattle success and hope it will be one of the best fantacy cricket contest, which will be enjoyable and fair to every type of Users .
There are so many fantasy websites over the internet, but these websites never improves their quality except just making new advertisement and updating the line ups. So,like everyone I felt bored when the same thing got repeated again and again. Just at that time I came to know about CB.The structure is so innovative. At first,I felt a little weird seeing the system but as it wasn't like other fantasy leagues-One is always there to help me.The unique part of this fantasy based website is that, it is developing after each tournament.So, my suggestion to all- Play fantasy cricket here in CB and enjoy each moment.
I used to play fantasy cricket on various websites but always felt that at certain point, the contest gets boring simply because of a lot of similarities in the fantasy teams.By the time tournament reaches to the quarter finals or semi finals,over 80-90% teams look similar and so there is no fun playing with the teams having same players like your team.Cric battle is a unique real time experience where Fantasy meets Reality.Online Drafting plays a key role here and all teams will be different than others as one cricketer can play from only one team.Like the Cricbattle slogan says there is only one God and he plays for Mumbai Indians.
I have played many fantasy Cricket, Football games and very passionate about these type of game. In my experience CRICBATTLE is unique and a brilliant thinking of developers. I give them 5/5 star. Gud work buddies. CRICBATTLE's future is very very bright. Halla Bol !!!!
CB is a great site because it gives users real time experience. I have received all my prizes till date and hence it's a trustable site too. I will continue to play at CricBattle and hoping to meet many new users here.
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