DUBAI: Decision Review System (DRS) has arrived at second edition of Pakistan Super League (PSL) as the second round (play-off) of the tournament begins today.
PSL has become the first T20 league in the history of cricket to use the review system.
According to PSL’s verified Twitter account, each team will be allowed to make one review request per innings.
“DRS arrives at the #HBLPSL party! Each team is allowed to make one Player Review request per innings. Let the games begin!,” the Twitter account read.
— PakistanSuperLeague (@thePSLt20) February 28, 2017
The decision to implement DRS comes after umpires were scrutinised for making poor on-field judgments multiple times in the tournament.
The HBL Pakistan Super League (PSL) broadcast has been widely acknowledged as world class with some new innovations which have further enriched the viewer experience for cricket fans all around the world.
Takvaviya Technologies added a new dimension to the coverage through its official Drone Broadcasting Partnership with PSL 2017. Live footages and videos of the Dubai Cricket Stadium in all its magnificence was seamlessly covered by Takvaviya.
A special event using drones named Ball Dropping was also done for the first time in cricketing history with umpires catching the ball from a drone prior to start of every match.
Team PSL is delighted with the success of the Drone Broadcasting Partnership with Takvaviya Technologies and looks forward to similar coverage of the remaining HBL PSL 2017 games. – SAMAA