BCCI on Wednesday earned Rs 4,667 crore from the public sale of 5 groups for Girls’s IPL for 5 years.
The house owners of fellows’s IPL groups Mumbai Indians, Delhi Capitals and Royal Challengers Bangalore, in addition to the Adani Staff and Capri World, have received bids to possess the 5 girls’s IPL groups on the public sale.
The groups will belong to the towns of Mumbai, Delhi, Bengaluru, Ahmedabad and Lucknow.
Adani Staff will personal the Ahmedabad staff, whilst Capri World will personal the Lucknow staff.
Adani Staff shelled out the utmost quantity for Ahmedabad staff. It emerged because the absolute best bidder with a bid of Rs 1289 crore.
Mumbai staff was once offered for Rs 912.99 crore, carefully adopted by means of Bengaluru which was once offered for Rs 901 crore.
Delhi shelled out Rs 810 crore whilst Capri World had the bottom bid price, a number of the winners, of Rs 757 crore for Lucknow staff.
The inaugural event, which will probably be known as Girls’s Premier League (WPL), will probably be performed within the month of March in Mumbai at a few venues.
The event will run for 18-19 days and can finish ahead of the beginning of Males’s IPL within the closing week of March.
BCCI secretary Jay Shah took to Twitter to announce the end result of the closed bids.
“Nowadays is a historical 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 overall bid. This marks the start of a revolution in girls’s cricket and paves the way in which for a transformative adventure forward now not just for our girls cricketers however for all the sports activities fraternity. The #WPL would deliver essential reforms in girls’s cricket and would make sure an all-encompassing ecosystem that advantages each stakeholder,” Shah stated.