PKL Season 8 can be held in Bangalore with out spectators.© Instagram
The 8th season of the Professional Kabaddi League (PKL) will start from December 21 in Bengaluru and can be held with out spectators because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The gamers’ public sale for the season used to be hung on 29-31 August in Mumbai. Organizer of the development Mashal Sports activities mentioned that holding in thoughts the well being and protection of gamers and all stakeholders, this yr the league will transfer clear of the normal caravan structure and can be held at a unmarried venue in Bengaluru with out spectators.
Talking at the go back of PKL Season 8, Anupam Goswami, CEO, Mashal Sports activities and League Commissioner Vivo PL mentioned: “Bengaluru has the entire amenities to habits huge aggressive carrying occasions with best possible protection practices, and we’re dedicated to showcasing the similar. Taking a look ahead to PKL Season 8.”
Karnataka Leader Minister Basavaraj Bommai welcomed the league within the state.
“Kabaddi is the real indigenous game of India and could be very in style in Karnataka. We welcome and toughen the approaching Professional Kabaddi Season 8 tournament in our state,” Bommai mentioned in a commentary.
The organizers additional mentioned that the league will enforce protocols to conform to executive laws and tips and can paintings with specialised safety companies to enforce stringent protection practices and create a bio-secure bubble.
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