Cricket Simulator launched in Sri Lanka | Sunday Observer

Cricket Simulator launched in Sri Lanka

 Former cricketer Romesh Kaluwitharana and State Minister of Finance Eran Wickremaratne at the launch of the ATOM Fantasy Cricket Simulator
Former cricketer Romesh Kaluwitharana and State Minister of Finance Eran Wickremaratne at the launch of the ATOM Fantasy Cricket Simulator

Digital signage provider ATOM, launched the ATOM Fantasy Cricket Simulator for the first-time in the country at the Colombo City Center (CCC) under the patronage of retired Sri Lanka player Romesh Kaluwitharana and State Minister of Finance Eran Wickramaratne.

The Fantasy Cricket Simulator uses international spin and fast bowlers on a digital screen and players are required to face the spin wizards and speedsters at their very best with graphical scoreboard displays, video replay systems and even live international commentary making the experience all the more realistic according to the promoters. The simulators are equipped by automated machines which can emulate speeds up to165 kmph with specialty variations like in-swing, out-swing and Yorkers adding to the experienced like never before.

Speaking at the launch, ATOM’s Vinoth Thevamani said: “ATOM has striven to bring the very best in digital entertainment to Sri Lanka.

Our signage business and outdoor LED network that is dotted across the nation has made us a household name in a span of a few years.

The launch today takes us to the next level of pioneering digital-based entertainment solutions in Sri Lanka as well”. 

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