Viacom18 wins Girls’s IPL media rights for ₹951 crore


Indian ladies’s cricket staff gamers pose for pictures with their silver medals and the tricolour after the medal ceremony on the Commonwealth Video games 2022, Edgbaston Cricket Floor in Birmingham, U.Ok. on August 7, 2022.
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Viacom18 Media Pvt Ltd on January 16 gained the Girls’s IPL media rights for ₹951 crore, BCCI Secretary Jay Shah introduced.

“Viacom has committed ₹951 crore which means per match value of ₹7.09 crore for next 5 years (2023-27)… After pay equity, today’s bidding for media rights for Women’s IPL marks another historic mandate,” Mr. Shah mentioned.

The much-awaited Girls’s IPL will probably be ranging from March 2023 to be held in a one-month window and in all chance with 5 groups, a senior BCCI official confirmed the event on Friday.

The BCCI bigwigs have mentioned the problem and a March window has been discovered for the event after the Girls’s T20 World Cup in South Africa.

“Yes, the WIPL will start in the first week of March and we have earmarked a four-week window for the first year. The T20 World Cup in South Africa is from February 9 to 26 and immediately after that we plan to hold the WIPL,” a senior BCCI official aware about improvement informed PTI on situations of anonymity.

(With PTI inputs)



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