Indian batter Cheteshwar Pujara joins team Rario
Rario announced the news through their official Twitter handle.
Updated - Aug 3, 2022 6:57 pm
Team India’s prominent batter Cheteshwar Pujara has joined the Rario team. The announcement was made public through a tweet made from the official Rario Twitter handle on July 30 (Saturday). Pujara has now joined several other prominent Indian cricketers including Prithvi Shaw, Ruturaj Gaikwad, Virender Sehwag, Ishant Sharma, Shafali Verma, and Smriti Mandhana among several other cricketers who are already part of Rario team.
Rario is the world’s first digital collectibles platform launched for cricket fans across the world. To put it in another way, it’s a cricket NFT marketplace where one can buy, sell, and trade fully licensed cricket NFTs that include remarkable moments in the field of cricket. At Rario, fans can own their favourite cricketing moments in the form of NFTs ranging from video moments, and player cards, to artefacts.
Here’s to the start of an epic innings together
“Announcement Alert! Taking guard as the newest member of Team Rario – we are super excited to introduce Cheteshwar Pujara! Here’s to the start of an epic innings together,” Rario wrote on Twiiter.
Taking guard as the newest member of Team Rario – we are super excited to introduce Cheteshwar Pujara! 🎉
Here's to the start of an epic innings together @cheteshwar1 🤝
— Rario (@rariohq) July 30, 2022
In a 27-second video uploaded on Twitter, Pujara can be heard saying “Hi, this is Cheteshwar Pujara. I am now on Rario, cricket’s largest digital collectible platform. See you there!” The video has already got more than 13,000 views since it was uploaded.
Talking more about Pujara, the right-handed batter recently stroked an excellent double-hundred for Sussex against Middlesex on his captaincy debut in County cricket. Pujara also became the first Sussex player to score a double-century after 118 years. He also surpassed Virender Sehwag’s 130 to register the highest individual score by an Indian batter against Middlesex.
Talking about Pujara’s number in Test format, the right-handed batter has played 96 matches and has amassed a total of 6792 runs at a decent average of 43.82. He also has 33 fifties, 18 centuries and three double-centuries to his name in the longest format of the game.