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These are the terms and conditions (“T&Cs”) of the ICC CODING CHALLENGE (the “Competition”) which is organised and operated by ICC Business Corporation FZ LLC whose registered address is at Shared Desk 2-55, Second Floor, Building 2, Dubai Media City, United Arab Emirates (the “ICC”, “we”, “us”, “our”).

These T&Cs may be amended or updated by the ICC at any time if, for example, there is a change in the law that means the ICC needs to change these T&Cs.

In order to participate in the Competition, you (the "Participant", “you” “your”) will be required to tick a checkbox to confirm that you have read, understood and agree to be bound by these T&Cs. If you do not agree to comply with these T&Cs, you are not eligible to participate in the Competition.

A copy of these T&Cs is available and accessible any time from t20worldcup.com/coding-challenge (the “Competition Platform”) and/or on request. You can contact us during the Competition by emailing us at competitions@icc-cricket.com.

1. ELIGIBILITY 1.1 The start date of the Competition is [22 August 2022] (the “Opening Date”) and the closing date is [5 September 2022] (the “Closing Date”). All competition entries must be received by the ICC by no later than 23:59pm on the Closing Date. All Entries received after the Closing Date are automatically disqualified. The ICC reserves the right to modify the Closing Date or cancel the Competition if it becomes necessary to do so and, in the event of cancellation of the Competition, may substitute another in its place.

1.2 The Competition is only open to persons aged 18 and over. You must have access to the internet in order to participate. You must not participate if you are aware that your participation would or could contravene any provision of applicable local law in the place in which you are resident or domiciled.

1.3 The Competition is not open to any person who is employed or engaged by the ICC, whether in connection with this Competition or otherwise. For the avoidance of doubt, this means that if you are an employee, agent, consultant, affiliate or representative of the ICC, you are expressly excluded from participating or winning any Prize.

1.4 The Competition is intended for domestic and private use. Each Participant agrees not to participate in the Competition for any commercial or business purposes. The ICC has no liability to any Participant for any loss of profit, loss of business, business interruption, or loss of business opportunity.

1.5 Each Participant agrees not to:

1.5.1 access or participate in the Competition in any way that breaches these T&Cs or any applicable local, national or international law or regulation;

1.5.2 copy, or otherwise reproduce or re-sell any part of the Competition unless expressly permitted to do so in these T&Cs; or

1.5.3 do any act or thing that might damage, disrupt or otherwise interfere with the operation of Competition.

2.1 In order to participate, each Participant is required to agree to be bound by these T&Cs and the decisions on winner selection by the ICC.

2.2 Each Participant acknowledges and agrees that it will be in material breach of these T&Cs if it is involved in any of the following:

2.1.1 falsifying information;

2.2.2 any violation of these T&Cs;

2.2.3 accumulating Entries or Prizes through unauthorised methods such as automated bots, or other automated means;

2.2.4 using automated means (including but not limited to harvesting bots, robots, parsers, spiders or screen scrapers) to obtain, collect or access any information on the Competition Platform or of any user for any purpose;

2.2.5 tampering with the administration of the Competition or trying to in any way tamper with the computer programs or any security measure associated with the Competition;

2.2.6 obtaining other users’ information without their express consent and/or knowledge and/or spamming other users (including but not limited to the sending of unsolicited emails to users, sending bulk emails to Competition Platform users, and/or sending unwarranted email content, either to selected users or in bulk); or

2.2.7 abusing the Competition Platform in any way.

2.3 Where a Participant is found to be in violation of these T&Cs, the ICC reserves its right to terminate the Participant’s access to and participating in the Competition under clause 8 (Termination).

2.4 Each Participant agrees that:

2.4.1 ll of the information that they submit to the ICC in connection with the Competition is accurate, complete, and up-to-date;

2.4.2 they are the person to whom the information pertains; and

2.4.3 they will notify the ICC immediately if there are any changes to the information provided.

3.1 Participation in the Competition is free of charge.

3.2 In order to participate in the Competition, a Participant must follow the process set out below:

3.2.1 Navigate to t20worldcup.com/coding-challenge on either a web or mobile browser.

3.2.2 When prompted enter your full name and email address.

3.2.3 Review these T&Cs (a link is provided at this point) and tick the checkbox to signify your agreement to comply with and be bound by these T&Cs;

3.2.4 Click the “TAKE THE CHALLENGE” button.

3.2.5 Answer the ten (10) questions presented to you by clicking / pressing one of the options provided.

3.2.6 After you have finished the quiz you will be given a score.

3.2.7 If your score is over seven (7) points, you will be awarded one “Entry” into the Competition. If your score is less than this, you will not be awarded an Entry into the Competition.

3.3 Each Participant is only permitted to enter the Competition once under one (1) email address. Creating more than one (1) Entry by using different email addresses is a violation of these T&Cs and the ICC has the sole discretion to disqualify all such Entries and Participants.

3.4 Incomplete or illegible entries, or those which are not submitted in accordance with these T&Cs, will be invalid. The ICC has the sole discretion to determine whether an Entry is eligible. Any Entry that violates these T&Cs or is otherwise objectionable (as determined solely by the ICC), shall not be considered and will be disqualified.

3.5 The ICC does not guarantee that the route of access to the Competition will be totally secure or free from bugs or viruses. Each Participant is responsible for configuring their own information technology, computer programmes and platform in order to access and participate in the Competition. The ICC is not responsible for any computer malfunction in connection with any Entry. No responsibility will be accepted for any lost, delayed or damaged Entry that is outside of the control of the ICC.


4.1 The ICC will collate all valid Entries and after the Closing Date will select ten (10) winning Entries via a randomised selection process.

4.2 Winners will be contacted by the ICC via the email address that they provided at clause 3.2.2. Participants are required to provide accurate, complete and up-to-date information at all stages of the Competition, failing which, the ICC will be unable to communicate properly with a winner for the purposes of awarding a Prize.

4.3 Winners will be notified as soon as reasonably practical after a winning Entry has been selected with instructions on how to claim their Prize. Winners must respond within twenty eight (28) days accepting the Prize. Failure to respond within the fixed time period as specified and/or provide an address for delivery of the Prize (where applicable) may result in forfeiture of the Prize.

4.4 The decision of the ICC with respect to the awarding of Prizes shall be final, binding and non-contestable.

4.5 The ICC and its appointed representatives may refuse to provide a Prize or forfeit the same, in the event of:

4.5.1 any ineligibility under these T&Cs;

4.5.2 a Participant's material breach of these T&Cs; or

4.5.3 fraudulent or dishonest behaviour by the Participant, including but not limited to the use of technology which enables an entrant to be involved in fraudulent voting or giving false information when entering the Competition.


5.1 Each of the ten (10) Participants selected as winners in accordance with clause 4 above shall receive one (1) voucher each via email, each voucher having a value of $100 which shall be redeemable online (each, a “Prize”). The ICC will provide instructions on how to redeem the Prize to the winning Participants.

5.2 All Prizes are non-transferable and non-refundable. Prizes cannot be exchanged or redeemed for cash or other value-in-kind. No cash claims can be made in lieu of prizes.


6.1 Your personal data may be processed in connection with this Competition. For more detailed information on this, please visit the ICC Privacy Policy which is available at https://www.icc-cricket.com/about/the-icc/legal-notices/privacy-policy.


The winning Participants may be asked to participate in post-Prize award promotional activities, such as videos, press events, internal meetings and ceremonies/functions. If this is the case the winning Participant will be informed of any requests or requirements prior to the Prize award.


8.1 Without limiting any of its other rights, if a Participant materially breaches any of these T&Cs, the ICC may immediately do any or all of the following (without limitation):

8.1 issue a warning;

8.1.2 temporarily or permanently suspend or terminate access to the Competition Platform as a whole;

8.2.3 suspend or terminate access to or ability to participate in the Competition;

8.1.4 erase any Entry already submitted to the Competition;

8.1.5 refuse any claim from the breaching Participant that they are a winner and/or are eligible to receive a Prize;

8.1.6 issue legal proceedings for reimbursement of all costs resulting from the breach (including, but not limited to, reasonable administrative and legal costs);

8.1.7 take further legal action; and/or

8.1.8 disclose such information to law enforcement authorities as is necessary.


9.1 Nothing in these T&Cs excludes or limits the liability of the ICC for:

9.1.1 death or personal injury caused by its negligence;

9.1.2 fraud or fraudulent misrepresentation; and

9.1.3 any matter in respect of which it would be unlawful for it to exclude or restrict its liability.

9.2 If the ICC fails to comply with these T&Cs, the ICC will be responsible for loss or damage that a Participant suffers that is a foreseeable result of the ICC’s breach of these T&Cs or the ICC’s negligence, but the ICC is not responsible for any loss or damage that is not foreseeable. Loss or damage is foreseeable if it was an obvious consequence of the ICC’s breach or if it was contemplated by a Participant and the ICC at the time that the Participant entered into these T&Cs.

9.3 Nothing in these T&Cs affects a consumer’s statutory rights.

9.4 Notwithstanding clause 9.2, and save as set out in clause 9.1, the ICC’s maximum liability to a Participant under these T&Cs will be limited to fifty GBP (£50).


10.1 These T&Cs are governed by English law. This means that a Participant’s access to and participation in the Competition, and any dispute or claim arising out of or in connection therewith (including non-contractual disputes or claims) will be governed by English law.

10.2 You may bring any dispute which may arise under these T&Cs to, at your discretion, either the competent court of England, or to the competent court of your country of habitual residence if this country of habitual residence is within the United Kingdom or is an EU Member State, which courts are (with the exclusion of any other court) competent to settle any of such a dispute. We shall bring any dispute which may arise under these T&Cs to the competent court of your country of habitual residence if this is within the United Kingdom or is an EU Member State or otherwise the competent court of England.

10.3 If you are a consumer and are resident in the United Kingdom or the European Union and we direct the Competition to the country in which you are resident, you will benefit from any mandatory provisions of the law of the country in which you are resident. Nothing in these T&Cs affects your rights as a consumer to rely on such mandatory provisions of local law. For consumers resident in the UK, advice about your statutory rights is available from your local Citizens' Advice Bureau or Trading Standards Office.

10.4 Each of the clauses of these T&Cs operates separately. If any court or relevant authority decides that any of them are unlawful or unenforceable, the remaining clauses will remain in full force and effect.

10.5 If the ICC fail to insist that a Participant performs any of its obligations under these T&Cs, or if the ICC does not enforce any rights against a Participant or delays in doing so, that will not mean that the ICC has waived its rights against the Participant and will not mean that the Participant does not have to comply with those obligations. If the ICC does waive a default by a Participant, it will only do so in writing, and that will not mean that it will automatically waive any later default by the Participant.