Air-conditioning manufacturer Gree is the club’s Official Coaches Partner and will work closely with Andrew McDonald, while CricViz and Gray-Nicolls will ensure the team is armed with the best analytics technology and equipment throughout the season.
Gree Australia Managing Director Jonas Steen said he is excited to partner with the Renegades.
“We are delighted to announce our partnership between Gree and Melbourne Renegades,” he said.
“This is our first venture into cricket sponsorship and we believe the Melbourne Renegades and the Big Bash League is a long-term commitment for Gree. We are the world’s number one air-conditioning brand and we’re looking forward a productive summer of Big Bash with the Renegades.”
CricViz is a leading cricket analytics company established in 2015 and will provide special data-driven insights for the Renegades as the club’s Official Analytics partner.
Using a fresh approach to player performance analysis, CricViz services broadcasters, rights holders, media and professional teams with cutting edge insight.
“We are delighted to be working with both the men's and women's Renegades teams this Big Bash League season,” Phil Oliver, the co-founder of CricViz said.
“I wish the coaches, players and staff of both teams’ successful campaigns and look forward to CricViz’s analysis helping them achieve their goals.”
Gray-Nicolls has been a major player in the sporting industry since its foundation in 1855 with the company still family-owned by fifth generation Gray family members.
The cricket equipment specialist has been at the forefront of sporting technology for generations and is used by the world's top players.
This season Gray-Nicolls will be the Renegades Official Equipment provider.
"Gray-Nicolls are thrilled to have entered into this equipment partnership to supply the BBL and WBBL Melbourne Renegades teams with quality cricket equipment,” Gray-Nicolls Sponsorship Manager Michael Reed said.
“We are excited to watch the success of both teams throughout the summer and look forward to working with them into the future.”