Mumbai: 4669 from the sale of five teams of the first Women’s Premier League by the BCCI. 99 crore while Adani Sportsline bought the costliest team for Rs 1289 crore.
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The Ahmedabad team was bought by Adani while IPL team owners Mumbai Indians, Royal Challengers Bangalore and Delhi Capitals bought 912. Successful bids were made for Rs.99 crore, Rs.901 crore and Rs.810 crore. Capri Global Holdings bought the Lucknow team for Rs 757 crore.
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The combined bid valuation is INR 4669.99 Cr.
A look at the five franchises with ownership rights for #WPL pic.twitter.com/ryF7W1BvHH
— BCCI (@BCCI) January 25, 2023
Earlier, the BCCI had sold the media rights of the league to Viacom 18 for Rs 951 crore, which would fetch Rs 7 crore 90 thousand per match for five years. BCCI secretary Jay Shah tweeted, “Today is a historic day in cricket. The first women’s premier league broke the records of the first men’s IPL 2008. Total 4669. 99 was bid. (agency)