November 28, 2022


The Indian Premier League (IPL) 2022 season is about to conclude on the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad on Sunday evening, after over two months of intense cricketing motion. The much-awaited IPL 2022 ultimate options Gujarat Titans and Rajasthan Royals locking horns, combating for the celebrated trophy. In the meantime, within the newest report by InsideSport, a BCCI official has revealed how a lot prize cash the winners of the event will obtain.

The senior BCCI official has knowledgeable that for the second 12 months working, the Board of Management for Cricket in India has determined to not revise prize cash. Nonetheless, the is at present beneath dialogue and it may be elevated by 20-25% from subsequent 12 months onwards. BCCI will take a name on the prize cash for IPL 2023, earlier than the event subsequent 12 months.

What has been mentioned to date?

“That (rising prize cash) is at present beneath dialogue. The prize cash needs to be elevated by 20-25% from subsequent 12 months. However the quantity shouldn’t be but ultimate. There needs to be a call subsequent 12 months earlier than the event,” the official instructed InsideSport. Having mentioned that, the winner will get prize cash of INR 20 crore, whereas the runners-up will get INR 13 crore. Having completed the season in third place, after dropping to Rajasthan Royals in Qualifier 2 of the IPL 2022 Playoffs, RCB will obtain an quantity of INR 7 crore. On the similar time, Lucknow Tremendous Giants will obtain INR 6.6 this 12 months, after ending fourth.

In the meantime, revealing particulars concerning the prize cash, the BCCI official additionally talked about that, owing to the Covid-19 pandemic and associated enhance in value, the prize cash hasn’t elevated in the previous few years. BCCI has acquired sponsorship offers of over INR 1000 crore and has elevated its purse worth by promoting the 2 new IPL franchises. The final time, when the worth cash was given a hike was again in 2016.

Since 2016, the prize cash was decreased to INR 15 crore in 2017, earlier than getting revised to INR 20 crore for the 2018 and 2019 seasons. The BCCI decreased it to INR 10 crore for the Covid-hit 2020 season, whereas final 12 months, the staff was awarded INR 20 crore. The IPL media rights are set to be auctioned within the coming month and the board expects over INR 30,000 crore from the bidding, which is able to additional assist BCCI to extend the prize cash.

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