IPL Media Rights: BCCI set to DOUBLE the player-purse for IPL Teams: Follow Live


IPL Media Rights: The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) received a whopping Rs 44,075 Crore for broadcasting and digital rights for IPL 2023-27 duration. The windfall of cash from IPL Media Rights is not only a boon for the BCCI but the players too will get a big boost. The salary purse is set to be doubled for the upcoming IPL 2023 season with a windfall of cash. Follow Live Updates & News on IPL 2023 on InsideSport.IN.

Currently, the salary purse is fixed at Rs 90 crore and was supposed to have an incremental increase to Rs 100 crore. But InsideSport has learnt that the windfall of cash will also positively impact players’ salaries. Instead of Rs 90 crore, the purse will be doubled to Rs 170 crore for IPL 2023 mini-auction set to be held in January-February.

IPL Media Rights Tender: Digital Rights closed at 50 Cr per match, Overall A+B Sold for 44,075 CRORES: Follow IPL Tender LIVE UPDATES

IPL Media Rights: Great news for IPL players, BCCI set to DOUBLE the player-purse for IPL Teams: Follow LIVE Updates

IPL Media Rights: Great news for IPL players, BCCI set to DOUBLE the player-purse for IPL Teams: Follow LIVE Updates

IPL Media Rights:

  • 2008-16: Sony, Rs 8200 cr
  • 2017-22: Star India (later Disney), Rs 16,348 Cr
  • 2023-27: Yet to be named, Rs 44,075 Cr

Rs 44,075 crore came from broadcasting and digital rights for the sub-continent alone for IPL 2023-IPL 2027. Furthermore, BCCI will receive another handsome bid for the rest of the world and non-exclusive packages.

IPL Media Rights: Great news for IPL players, BCCI set to DOUBLE the player-purse for IPL Teams: Follow LIVE Updates

IPL Media Rights: Great news for IPL players, BCCI set to DOUBLE the player-purse for IPL Teams: Follow LIVE Updates

IPL Media Rights: How the windfall of cash will impact players?

  • The salary purse for IPL 2023 is set to be doubled to Rs 180 Crore.
  • That will see players not only get a mega hike in salary but also cross the Rs 20 or even Rs 25 crore mark in upcoming auctions.
  • The prize money is also set to increase for the coming year. The IPL title winner currently gets Rs 20 Crore. It is set to increase a minimum of 25% for IPL 2023.
  • The central contract is also set to be remade. The current highest slab of Rs 7 crore will also see a significant boost in numbers.
  • The players have been pushing for a better contract considering the match load.
  • The likes of Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma and Jasprit Bumrah can expect in excess of Rs 15 crore, making them the highest-paid cricketers.
  • Currently, England players like Joe Root and Ben Stokes have get paid the best salary from a central contract.
  • BCCI is also set to increase hosting fees for state associations for IPL and international matches.
  • The state associations had been pushing for higher rates after the pandemic loss.
  • IPL franchises too will get a huge share from BCCI’s central pool.

IPL Media Rights: Great news for IPL players, BCCI set to DOUBLE the player-purse for IPL Teams: Follow LIVE Updates

“The IPL generates more revenue than the English Premier League. It makes me feel happy and proud that the sport I love has evolved to become so strong,” BCCI President Sourav Ganguly at the India Leadership Council event.

IPL Media Rights: Great news for IPL players, BCCI set to DOUBLE the player-purse for IPL Teams: Follow LIVE Updates

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