- A post from the official Rario Twitter account announced that well-known Team India batter Cheteshwar Pujara has joined the team.
- The right-handed batsman recently got a superb double hundred for Sussex against Middlesex on his maiden County cricket leadership appearance.
- For cricket enthusiasts around the world, Rario was created as the first online marketplace for collectibles.
Cheteshwar Pujara, a well-known batter for Team India, has joined the Rario team. On July 30, a tweet sent from the official Rario Twitter account made the announcement public. Pujara has now joined several other notable Indian cricketers who are already a member of the Rario squad, including Prithvi Shaw, Ruturaj Gaikwad, Virender Sehwag, Ishant Sharma, Shafali Verma, and Smriti Mandhana.
🚨Announcement Alert🚨— Rario (@rariohq) July 30, 2022
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 🤝
To know more about our partnerships visit https://t.co/N8EQ5o0aZT#RarioxPujara pic.twitter.com/h7Nsm1zIkL
Rario, the first online marketplace for collectibles, was developed for cricket fans worldwide. In other words, it’s a marketplace for cricket NFTs where users can purchase, sell, and trade fully legal cricket NFTs that showcase memorable cricketing moments. At Rario, fans may purchase NFTs, which can be anything from playing cards and video clips to artifacts, to commemorate their favorite cricketing events.
In a 27-second video posted on Twitter, Pujara is heard wishing his supporters a good day and announcing that he has joined Rario, the largest digital collecting platform for cricket. Since it was uploaded, the video has already received more than 13,000 views.
I’ve always believed that a great innings forms as a result of a solid stay at the crease. It’s with that same intent,I have decided to start my journey into the NFTs with @rariohq – The Ultimate Cricket Fan Club.— cheteshwar pujara (@cheteshwar1) July 30, 2022
Visit for more https://t.co/xbONtAaeHe #RarioxPujara #Collab pic.twitter.com/EGu0dJQFxr
On his first County cricket leadership outing, the right-handed hitter recently scored a magnificent double hundred for Sussex against Middlesex. Pujara also became the first Sussex player in 118 years to reach a double century. He also outperformed Virender Sehwag, who had previously set the record with 130 runs against Middlesex.
The 34-year-old has played close to 100 Test matches and has amassed around 6700 runs at an average of 43.81. Pujara has distinguished himself with his bat and brought India several victories, whether they were in Australia, England, or anyplace else in the world.
He has, like any other cricketer, had some setbacks. However, he returns to domestic cricket without reluctance and always comes back with a bang when his bat goes dormant for a while in international cricket.