The PKL season 8 might be held in Bengaluru with none spectators.© Instagram
The season eight of Professional Kabaddi League (PKL) will start on December 22 in Bengaluru and might be held sans spectators because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Participant Auctions for the season had been carried out on August 29-31 in Mumbai. Mashal Sports activities, organisers of the occasion, stated that retaining the well being and security of the gamers and all stakeholders in thoughts, this yr the league might be held with out spectators at a single venue in Bengaluru, shifting away from the standard caravan format.
Talking on the return of PKL Season 8, Anupam Goswami, CEO, Mashal Sports activities and League Commissioner VIVO PL stated: “Bengaluru has all of the services for the conduct of massive aggressive sports activities occasions with finest security practices, and we stay up for demonstrating this with PKL Season 8.”
Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai welcomed the league to the state.
“Kabaddi is a real indigenous sport of India and very talked-about in Karnataka. We welcome and assist the conduct of forthcoming Professional Kabaddi Season 8 in our state,” Bommai stated in an announcement.
The organisers additional acknowledged that the league will implement protocols to adjust to authorities laws and pointers and can work with specialised security businesses to implement stringent security practices and create a bio-secure bubble.
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