Cricket CEO 2021: Review
April 17th, 2021
Become a CEO, manage your team and represent your country
Allows you to switch modes i.e. auto and manual
Launch your merchandise and increase your finances
Create fanbase for your team
Use boosters to enhance players performances
Earn in-game cash and become a Septillionaire!
Fantasize yourself in this new culture of cricket and discover what it takes to manage a cricket team.
Have you ever daydreamed about owning a cricket franchise? Yeah me too! Now is your chance to shine.
GameEon has heard your prayers, the most underrated idea of managing a cricket team, released on 17th April 2021.
Wondering what gameplay it offers to the player?
Since it is a management game, the classic cricket gameplay part is out of the picture although you can still enjoy switching auto mode to manual mode to play some live-action field cricket.
The in-game CEO guides you on how to get started with the game.
You can pick a country of your choice and the game will assign your team a particular in-game sponsor.
You can select any batsman to bat for a specific match. The matches are divided into seasons, with each season containing ten matches.
You can earn in-game cash and a certain amount of fanbase after completing a specific match.
Player’s performance can be enhanced by using boosters, and injuries can be fixed by using in-game cash or simply watching video ads.
You can boost your finances by launching your own merchandise and advertising it. This will earn you in-game money, which you can use to buy players and magnify your team’s results.
Money from advertisements varies depending on the type of commercials, such as radio advertising, print ads, television ads, mobile ads, and influencer ads, and all earnings are dependent on the number of followers you have.
The in-game animations are very delightful, and the animation of swinging a bat is pretty impressive in particular.
The energizing in-game background music contributes to the game’s appeal.
Had a lot of fun playing this game, and the gameplay was completely unusual, unpredictable, and uncricket.
The in-game merchandise presentations are vastly interesting.
There’s still a lot to look forward to in future updates of the game.
The audience is missing on the stands, also no bowling time to round out the classic cricket experience. Hoping for such updates in the future.