ESPN has been running an ad campaign that aims to lure you into its new cricket network.
It has also partnered with the World Bank and the University of Washington to make it easier for you to sign up for a membership.
For the first time, the ad will feature a cricket match.
But, rather than the usual adverts of stars scoring hundreds, the company is going to tell you how much you’ll be paying.
In the ad, the cricket network advertises that the cost is $99 a year.
That’s a lot of money to pay to watch a cricket game and the company will say the extra money will be invested in your future.
You will also be able to watch all of the matches on the network without the need to worry about paying for a subscription.
The ad will begin airing on ESPN and ESPN2 this month, but there’s no word yet on when you’ll see it.
The network is still working on getting all the new games onto its platforms.
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