BCCI requests that players be gathered into a pool for the Women’s IPL.

BCCI requests that players be gathered into a pool for the Women’s IPL. The starting price for each franchise in the Women’s IPL was recently determined by BCCI at INR 400 Crore.

Prior to the commencement of the Men’s IPL in March and April of next year. The first Women’s IPL 2023 edition is schedule to take place. The Women’s Big Bash League uses a draft system; the five-team competition is anticipate to work on an auction format. The BCCI has now instructed the selectors to compile a pool of available Women’s players. Which is likely to comprise both Indians and foreign players.

Only three teams were present at the previously conduct Women’s T20 challenge, and BCCI manage to manage it without incident. The same could not be state for the Women’s IPL event since more domestic talent may be need. And there has been much discussion on the caliber of players that will be present in the nation. Despite the challenges, BCCI announced at the annual general meeting that the first Women’s IPL will take place in 2019.

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Men’s IPL Owners are invited to the women’s auction by BCCI.

According to Cricbuzz, the BCCI has given the go-ahead for the tender preparations for the franchise sale and media rights to begin immediately. The basic price for each franchise was recently set by BCCI at INR 400 crore, and it is anticipate that bids would exceed INR 1000 crore.

“The winning franchise will pay the ownership fees to the BCCI over a period of five years in equal instalments and continue to own the property for perpetuity, like in the men’s IPL,”

A source had said.

Any investor who satisfies the minimal eligibility requirements set forth by the board may participate in the tender process, and the BCCI has encouraged the current owners of men’s IPL teams to participate in the bidding. The IPL franchise owners are anticipate to be given advantage over new investors because they have previously invest in the CSA’s T20 League and the ILT20 tournaments.

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