IPL Broadcasting Rights Sold for Rs 43050 Crore 2023-2027

IPL Broadcasting Rights Sold for Rs 43050 Crore 2023-2027

BCCI is selling broadcasting rights for the next five years. BCCI is selling broadcasting rights of IPL in three packages. Package ‘A’, package ‘B’, package ‘C’ and package ‘D’ in these four categories, IPL Broadcasting Rights Sold for a price of Rs 43050 Crore for five years 2023-2027.

The auction has started from Sunday. Viacom-Reliance, Fun Asia, Super Sport, G, Sony and Times Internet took part in the auction. However, details have not been received yet. According to Indian media, the winner of the auction is currently Sony.

Package ‘A’ contains television rights of Indian subcontinent, package ‘B’ has digital rights, package ‘C’ contains additional additions of important matches and package ‘D’ has rights outside the subcontinent. Package ‘C’ includes Saturday and Sunday matches on weekends as well as play-off and final matches.

As of noon today, the latest news is that the TV rights, which have been marked as package ‘A’, have been sold for Rs 23,585 crore. The streaming rights in package ‘B’ have been sold for Rs 19,060 crore. However, it has not been confirmed yet who won the package. Sony has won package ‘A’. Star won package ‘B’. However, winning package ‘A’ is challenging Star to win package ‘B’.

It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. The IPL surpassed the English Premier League in terms of broadcasting rights.

 


 

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