The ten-team in a series may not absolutely helps the Indian Premier League. Indian Premier League 2021 second phase is set to begin this week. The Board of Control for Cricket in India is set to introduce two new franchises. It could be the last season with eight franchises. The cricket lovers will be excited about the possibility of two new cities getting the opportunity. Moreover, to highlight the biggest team in the world.
However, hold your horses right there! and imagine the players. And their franchises all jumbled up one fine morning. The ten-team in a series are half the side that you support apparent new to you.
Mumbai Indians playing Punjab Kings twice in the league stage but Chennai Super Kings only once. Imagine players coming in and leaving in between the competition regularly.
Moreover, it could result in a whole lot of such changes. So, all may not be for the betterment of the league. There will be plenty of positives coming off it. And it will be two new cities that will get the exposure. In addition, revenue for the stakeholders and will give opportunities to a lot more players. But all of this exceeds the potential of negative impacts Also, the new series will bring on.
Introducing new franchises to the league. It is to generate additional revenue. There will be more opportunities, especially with the broadcasting rights. Moreover, set to go into auction next year. The new teams will have to pay. Will be the additional revenue consequently generated provide further. Then the income to the existing franchises.
Lastly, will the addition to the denominator cut into their revenue? It is a matter that the IPL Governing Council. Also, the Indian Premier League franchises will have to delve into.