Indian Premier League

IPL is changing!

The Indian Premier League (IPL), a franchise tournament in India, is changing the rules day by day. The type of tournament is also changing. A few days ago, the broadcasting rights of the IPL were also sold at a record price. It can be said that radical changes are coming in IPL.

410 matches are to be held in IPL till 2023-26. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has sold the television and digital rights of the franchise league to two commercial companies for the matches for Rs 43,050 crore. In Bangladeshi currency which is more than 51 thousand 699 crores 59 lakh taka.

In the previous cycle of IPL from 2016 to 2022, the value of broadcasting rights was 16 thousand 346 crore rupees. And the rights from 2022 to 2026 were sold at three times more than before.

Meanwhile, in a recent interview with CricketBuzz, BCCI secretary Jay Shah said, “I want a longer window for the IPL. We are talking to other board members as well as the ICC about that. The IPL is now going to be the event of the annual cricket calendar. There is only NFL before IPL. ‘

Joy Shah added, “World-class cricket can be seen in the IPL. Foreign stars come and play with Indians. Not only the cricketers but also the legends of the game are now taking the responsibility of coaching in this event. IPL is a great stage of cricket. Everyone benefits from here. The experience that is available is invaluable. As the IPL progresses, so will the number of games. ‘

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