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Women’s IPL Media Rights Are Sold to Viacom18 for $951 Million for 2023-27

For the next five years, Viacom has committed INR 951 crore, or INR 7.09 crore per match.
For the 2023-2027 cycle, Viacom18 secured the Women’s Indian Premier League (IPL) media rights for a staggering Rs 951 crore, or INR 7.09 crore per match for the next five years.

The BCCI will announce the five WIPL franchises on January 25. The Women Indian Premier League (WIPL) media rights auction on Monday marked a significant turning point for women’s cricket.

Jay Shah, secretary of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), tweeted on Monday to confirm the information.

Congratulations to @viacom18 on securing the media rights to the Women’s @IPL. We value your confidence in @BCCI and @BCCIWomen.

Viacom has pledged INR 951 crores, or INR 7.09 crores each match, for the next five years (2023–2027). This will be extremely beneficial for women’s cricket, Jay Shah tweeted on Monday.

For the next five years, Viacom has committed INR 951 crore, or INR 7.09 crore per match. The Women’s T20 Challenge started out as an exhibition tournament.

But the BCCI decided to start the WIPL last year, with the first match of the first season scheduled for March.

It is generally agreed that the first season. Which will consist of 22 matches will take place between March 5 and March 23.

Cricketers without caps have two options, while those with caps—those who have played for India or are currently on a central contract—can choose between Rs. Rs. 30 lakh 40 lakh rupees 50 lakh for their starting price (Rs. Rs. 10 lakh and 20 lakh).

The base price was divided into five categories prior to the WIPL, ranging from Rs.10 lakh to 50 lakh. The auction registration deadline is January 26.

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