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BCCI announces to Launch Women’s IPL in 2023′:  BCCI secretary, Jay Shah on Growth of Women’s Cricket.

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The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) on Wednesday affirmed that the Indian Premier League (IPL) media privileges for the 2023-2027 cycle have been sold. The board expressed that it had procured an astounding measure of Rs 48,390.32 crore from the arrangement, making the T20 association the second most important game property in the world.

BCCI general secretary Jay Shah stretched out his all the best to the champs who packed away the arrangement in the e-auction.

BCCI Honorary Secretary, Mr. Jay Shah said:

“It gives me immense joy and makes me proud that IPL has grown to what it is today. The e-auction today has catapulted IPL into the big league in terms of per match media rights value. We ensured that the process was transparent and fair to all stakeholders. I congratulate all the winners and thank the bidders for participating in the e-auction process.

I also express my gratitude to the market forces for believing in the brand and showing their faith and confidence in BCCI to take IPL to newer heights. I am sure, together, we will keep adding value to the brand IPL and make it the biggest sporting league in the world in terms of revenue, participation, and performance.”

Shah further made sense that the sum got at the e-auction will be significantly utilized for the upliftment of cricket in India.

He said the board has planned to launch women’s IPL from 2023 and is dealing with it effectively.

“The whole idea is to balance cricket and commercial interests as BCCI is committed to developing sports in the country through cricket. The money we generate through media rights will ultimately benefit grassroots cricket in India and that is what ultimately matters. The BCCI is also committed to launching the Women’s IPL in 2023 apart from creating maximum opportunities for the growth of women’s cricket in the country,”

“In BCCI’s attempt to ensure that sports should travel beyond cricket, it is also setting up indoor sports academies in the Northeast and stadiums in select locations to promote sports in every nook and corner of the country. The BCCI will also build a resource pool to provide pension and financial aid to former players and widows of cricketers,”

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