Sindhu to host Baseline Ventures’ show ‘The A-Game’

Badminton and sports fans will soon witness Olympics medallist PV Sindhu presenting a web series.

Baseline Ventures, among India’s leading sports and talent managers, have announced their web-series – The A Game – after the success of their two digital media properties – Double Trouble and The Finish Line.

The A-Game, to be presented by Olympic silver medallist and badminton world champion P V Sindhu, will feature five athletes in different episodes.

The show is conceptualized and produced by India’s leading sports marketing firm Baseline Ventures and will be presented by Visa.

The word A-Game in sport is generally used in reference to an individual performing to the very best of his or her ability. The A-Game series will document five Indian athletes who brought out their A-Game at very important moments in the history of Indian sport.

“I would like to congratulate Baseline on conceptualizing shows that allow athletes to go back in time and relive those monumental moments that shaped their careers. I am honoured to present their latest show called ‘The A-Game’ which will take a deep dive into how elite athletes think and react in high-pressure situations ” said the Olympic silver medallist PV Sindhu.

Each episode will capture the narrative of a particular athlete’s A- Game moment through pictures, video footage and stories from the athlete, and help the audience relate to how they brought out their A-GAME at crucial moments.

The series will be promoted and aired across all Baseline Ventures social media platforms YouTube, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Baseline Ventures is a Sports Marketing, Entertainment and Brand Licensing company providing effective solutions to connect brands with their audience through various platforms of Sponsorships, Licensing, Media and Events.

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