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Afghanistan Women’s Cricket Team Combat Taliban Rule Through eSports Series

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Chicago, IL, October 03, 2022 –(PR.com)– 365NotOut.com today announced that they have created an accurate esports squad for the Afghanistan women’s cricket team ahead of the upcoming 2022 Women’s Twenty20 Asia Cup. The team has been created via the Cricket22 video game and is downloadable for anyone who owns the game. The site will play esports matches between virtual versions of the actual Afghanistan women’s squad roster and all seven teams participating in the 2022 Women’s T20 Asia Cup.

“Since the Taliban won’t let its women’s cricket stars play, and the ICC isn’t stepping in, we decided we’d give them the platform they deserve online,” says Joe Deez, head writer at the website. “Somehow, the ICC requires a female squad for membership status yet the Afghanistan men’s team continues to thrive without punishment. That’s not fair.”

Features and benefits of the esports event include:

– Awareness of the…

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