The Cricket World Cup is a quadrennial cricket tournament that takes place among the members of the International Cricket Council. It was first played in 1975, and since then it has become one of the most popular global sports events. The first edition of the tournament, organized by England and Wales, saw eight Test match-playing nations participating – Australia, England, India, Pakistan, West Indies, New Zealand, Sri Lanka, and East Africa. Each team played each other twice in a round-robin format. The final was between West Indies and Australia with the former winning to become the inaugural champions. During its history, the World Cup underwent several changes which saw some new teams entering or leaving the tournament. South Africa was granted permission to enter for the first time in 1992 following their readmission into international cricket after 27 years of isolation due to Apartheid policies. Zimbabwe was admitted at a later stage but has not been as successful as expected and has failed to make it past the group stages even in their most recent appearance in 2019. The 2015 edition brought multiple changes to the tournament's rules such as an award of points being changed from two on victory to four due to ties or no results being eliminated from consideration and teams playing fewer matches than before thus making knockouts more unpredictable than ever before. Along with this change came an increase in run rates for teams so that games with higher run rates will get into eliminator rounds instead of pool matches. This helps create excitement because teams can compete for higher positions with each other within a given group stage rather than just coming through in one go and not having anything else left for them after that point onwards for a World Cup campaign. Apart from increasing levels of competition within respective groups within each edition of the World Cup, another major milestone was crossed when ten full member countries qualified directly while four associate nations fought it out against each other via qualifiers held before starting of every tournament since 2011 extending competition across nations outside test match playing countries. The Cricket World Cup has come a long way since its inception 45 years ago thanks largely to its ability to remain relevant by changing times while welcoming new sides too contributing significantly towards growing popularity over generations around the globe! Cricket fans, get your World Cup tickets from Yadara! We offer cheap prices and great seats for the biggest cricket tournament in the world. Cricket is a sport that is beloved by billions of people around the world, and the Cricket World Cup is the apex event in the sport. So don't miss your chance to see the best cricket teams in the world battle it out for glory! Buy cheap Cricket World Cup tickets from Yadara today. For more ticket information, visit our website at Yadara.com.