It was revealed that the broadcast team had announced a bounty of Tk10,000 for whoever can find the drone for them
Technical glitches have been part of the Bangabandhu Bangladesh Premier League Twenty20 and it was no different on the first day of the Chittagong phase Tuesday.
It started with the broadcast production losing one of its drones.
According to a member of the broadcast team, control over one drone was lost as it ran out of battery and went untraceable.
It was later revealed that the broadcast team had announced a bounty of Tk10,000 for whoever can find the drone for them.
Later during the second game of the day between Sylhet Thunder and Chattogram Challengers, the game got interrupted for almost 10 minutes due to failure of the floodlights.
One of the four floodlights had lost power as Challengers were chasing 130 runs.
The floodlights going out during a game is something of a regular in the port city’s Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium.
Two different games were interrupted at the venue during the tri-nation T20I series, involving Afghanistan, Zimbabwe and host Bangladesh, in September this year.