Royal Challengers Banglore(RCB) led by Virat Kohli has a huge fan base in-spite of their performance in IPL. Recently RCB have removed their profile pictures and also various posts from social media accounts. At first fan thought the page may get hacked until the remaining social medias also shows the same. That leads fan to fluster as they haven’t gave any updates previously regarding this.
RCB Players too get shocked
Not only fans comment on this, very own RCB players including Virat Kohli tweet that “Posts disappear and the captain isn’t informed” that makes fans to get puzzled as they are out of the new updates. Not only Kohli, earlier AB de Villiers and Yuzvendra Chahal too express their excitement for the updates
Yuzvendra Chahal : “Arey @rcbtweets, what googly is this? Where did your profile pic and Instagram posts go?” Chahal tweeted on his way back from New Zealand.
Arey @rcbtweets, what googly is this? 🤔 Where did your profile pic and Instagram posts go? 😳
— Yuzvendra Chahal (@yuzi_chahal) February 12, 2020
AB de Villiers : “Folks at @rcbtweets, what’s happened to our social media accounts? ?? I hope it’s just a strategy break. ????” de Villiers wrote
Folks at @rcbtweets, what’s happened to our social media accounts? 😳 Hope it’s just a strategy break. 🤞🏼
— AB de Villiers (@ABdeVilliers17) February 12, 2020
New Partner- Muthoot Fincorp
The famous photo sharing platform Instagram shows ‘nil’ posts as they have deleted photos in that. This calamity day comes after they signed Muthoot Fincorp as their title sponsor for IPL 2020. RCB on Tuesday announced a three-year partnership with Muthoot Fincorp Ltd, a part of the Muthoot Pappachan Group, popularly known as Muthoot Blue.
Excitement for change!
As the name from “Royal Challengers Banglore” to “Royal Challengers” in social medias it seems they initially start with a name change. This creates a hype on RCB even before the IPL starts. A statement had said : As per the partnership, there will be a “jersey-front” logo placement, which will be prominent on the playing and training jersey, in-stadium integration at home matches, digital and other highly visible media platforms.
— Royal Challengers (@RCBTweets) February 13, 2020