IPL 2019: Twitter Says Saw a Record-Breaking 27 Million IPL-Related Tweets This Year - TECHNOXMART

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After 60 matches of riveting cricketing activity, Mumbai Indians vanquished Chennai Super Kings in the exciting last to win their fourth title of the Indian Premier League(IPL). As decibels hit new dimensions crosswise over arenas in India, the thunder of cricket fans was similarly as reverberating on Twitter. 
IPL 2019: Twitter Says Saw a Record-Breaking 27 Million IPL-Related Tweets This Year
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This year, Twitter saw a record-breaking 27 million tweets, a 44 percent expansion over 2018's IPL-related tweets. 

The brilliant tweet for IPL 2019 was the tweet from Mumbai Indians all-rounder Hardik Pandya recognizing MS Dhoni as his companion and wellspring of motivation. The tweet got almost 16K retweets. 

Mumbai Indians commanded the discussion on Twitter on Sunday when they won the last, owning 63 percent of absolute notices versus CSK's 37 percent. 

Be that as it may, it was the Chennai Super Kings that reliably won hearts by turning into the most tweeted about group on the smaller scale blogging site. 

Dhoni was the most tweeted about player amid this period of the IPL, trailed by Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma, Harbhajan Singh and Andre Russell. 

This year additionally observed a development in local video cuts tweeted on the stage, with the IPL Twitter handle tweeting out 130 percent more video tweets when contrasted with IPL 2018. 

"Fans love tweeting about cricket and this year we saw a record-breaking 27 million tweets around the IPL 2019 season. Twitter is the most ideal approach to perceive what's going on in the realm of games and to discuss it, so we're excited to see this fantastic development in IPL discussions this year," said Manish Maheshwari, Managing Director, Twitter India. 

"We are anticipating improve fan encounters on the stage as we go to the second 50% of the cricket season. We know discussions around the greatest worldwide cricket competition - the ICC Cricket World Cup - is certain to take off on Twitter as well," he included.


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