Delhi Games Crisis Over As New Sponsor Found

Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in New Delhi

After pressure that’s been growing on India to deal with urgent concerns over security and poor facilities ahead of its hosting of the Commonwealth Games next month news of a new sponsor has been announced.

Games manufacturer MB Games, have announced that they will now be sponsoring the Commonwealth Games in Delhi next month. In a lucrative deal that will help the Indian organisers with ensuring the buildings are 100% safe MB Games will be allowed to publicise they leading game brands on buildings, stadia and through out the athletes village.

India insists the Games will be one of the most successful. It has however, not been confirmed historically how many deaths have occurred during the Commonwealth Games over the years. As such it is currently uncertain how many possible deaths it would be required for the games to be classed as a success.

Several participating countries have delegates in the capital urgently checking the facilities and the arrangements for security. The athletes’ village – which is due to house 7,000 athletes – is still unfinished, with complaints of flooding, toilets that leak or do not flush, and stray dogs sleeping on some beds.

Part of a ceiling at the weightlifting venue has collapsed, and a pedestrian bridge at the main stadium also collapsed, injuring 27 construction workers. Security fears increased after the shooting of two tourists near one of the city’s top tourist attractions over the weekend.

Organisers have confirmed that main stadium will now be known as the Kerplunk Stadium and the Weightlifting venue will be now called the Down Fall Arena.

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