Ahead of the 15th edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL 2022), Ahmedabad-based team Gujarat Titans on Sunday revealed their logo.
The CVC Partner owned franchise is one of the two new IPL teams, alongside Lucknow Super Giants. While the name of the Gujarat Titans was announced a week ago, the logo was unveiled on Sunday.
The logo was unveiled in a virtual space named ‘The Titans Dugout’ in the Metaverse, with this, the new Gujarat Titians becomes the first team in India to unveil the logo in Metaverse and launch its own space in the virtual world.
The logo shows a peak echoing the spirit for which they are called the Titans – to move upward and beyond to achieve higher goals. The newly launched team logo represents the aspirations of the team to achieve the ‘pinnacle’ of success in IPL 2022.
Gujarat Titans logo is inspired by the shape of a ‘Kite’ that rises high in the sky to scale new horizons of endless possibilities.
“As kite-flying is an integral part of Gujarat’s cultural heritage with festivities like Uttarayan festival, the logo reflects the rich cultural heritage and legacy of the state, basis which the team’s foundation is built upon,” the press release said.
The logo also features a ‘bolt of lightning’, symbolising the sheer energy and the immense power to illuminate even the darkest of the skies in a split second, which in the context of the team, will stand for their determination to turn adversity into triumph, according to the website.
Arvinder Singh, Chief Operating Officer, Gujarat Titans said, “Cricket is a game of infinite possibilities and taking forward the spirit of the game, we are thrilled to announce Gujarat Titans entry into The Metaverse as we are all set to reveal our team logo.”
“We are confident that the Gujarat Titans logo launch and the Titans Dugout in the Metaverse will provide an immense and engaging experience for our fans. We strongly believe that this will not only give our fans an exciting experience but also will be a unique way for our fans to interact and engage with the team,” he added.