For Ladies’s Premier League Groups, Document Bids Of Rs 4,670 Crore | Cricket Information


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The Board of Management for Cricket in India fetched an enormous sum of Rs 4670 crore from the bidding of the groups for the Ladies’s Premier League. BCCI secretary Jay Shah knowledgeable in regards to the general bidding value element on Twitter on Wednesday. Jay Shah stated that the match has been named as Ladies’s Premier League by the BCCI. He additionally identified that the general quantity garnered from bidding quantity was greater than what was fetched from the bidding of the groups for inaugural males’s IPL in 2008.

“In the present day is a historic day in cricket because the bidding for groups of inaugural #WPL broke the information of the inaugural Males’s IPL in 2008! Congratulations to the winners as we garnered Rs.4669.99 Cr in whole bid,” wrote Shah on the microblogging website.

“This marks the start of a revolution in girls’s cricket and paves the best way for a transformative journey forward not just for our girls cricketers however for the whole sports activities fraternity. The #WPL would deliver crucial reforms in girls’s cricket and would guarantee an all-encompassing ecosystem that advantages every stakeholder. The @BCCI has named the league – Ladies’s Premier League (WPL). Let the journey start….” added Shah.

A complete of 5 groups would be the a part of the inaugural version of Ladies’s Premier League knowledgeable BCCI in a tweet.

The BCCI in a separate tweet revealed the names of the 5 organisations that gained the bids for the groups. Adani Sportsline Pvt Ltd gained the bid for the Ahmedabad franchise for a whopping Rs 1289 crore. The Mumbai franchise was gained by Indiawin Sports activities Pvt Ltd for Rs 912.99 crore. The Bengaluru franchise went to Royal Challengers Sports activities Pvt Ltd for Rs 901 crore.

JSW-GMR Cricket Pvt Ltd gained the Delhi franchise with a bid of Rs 810 crore, whereas the Lucknow franchise was purchased for Rs 757 crore by Capri International Holding Pvt Ltd.

It’s price noting that the Viacom18 has already secured the Ladies’s Premier League (IPL) media rights worth for the 2023-2027 cycle for a whopping Rs 951 crore which suggests per match worth of INR 7.09 crore for subsequent 5 years. The information got here as an enormous improvement for girls’s cricket Ladies Premier League (WPL) media rights was auctioned. The information was confirmed by Board of Management for Cricket in India (BCCI) secretary Jay Shah on his Twitter account.

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