IPL Media Rights: Two different broadcasters for Indian subcontinent, total value per match at RS 107.5 crore
With 410 matches to be broadcasted in the five-year cycle, the total value per match for every IPL game is at RS 107.5 crore. According to a report by Cricbuzz, the yet-to-be identified company which has bagged TV rights for RS 57.5 crore per game had challenged the company bidding RS 48 crore per game for digital rights. "But looks like the bids for digital have ended at RS 50 Crore per game and it is understood to have been bagged by Jio (Viacom18)," said the report.
IPL's TV Media Rights sold for Rs 57.5 crore per match; digital goes for 48 crore per game: Report
"The television rights of the Indian Premier League (IPL) media rights have been sold, at it's just about Rs 50 lakh more than Sunday's bid of Rs 57 crore. The final count is Rs 23,575 crore for Television rights at the cost of Rs 57.5 crore per game. The digital pack did not see any bid and it closed at Rs 48 crore per game," said the report.
IPL Media Rights cross Rs 100-crore mark per match, overall value touches 41,000 cr: Report
According to a Cricbuzz report, with the value per match crossing the Rs. 100-crore mark, the overall value of the media rights has touched Rs. 41,000 crore as of now, with two parties, whose names are yet to be known, not willing to give up on the digital rights of the mega event. "At Rs. 54.5 crore per match, the value of the television rights have gone up to RS. 22,345 crore while at Rs. 46 crore per match, the digital bid has gone up to Rs. 18,860 crore.
IPL teams commanding higher valuations than global football counterparts
Right from traditional companies (DLF, Pepsi), modern day smartphone (Vivo) players and gaming fantasy companies (Dream 11) to large Indian conglomerates (TATA group), the IPL Title has had a varied sponsorship run. Clearly, IPL's muscle in the Indian sports ecosystem and its ability to generate viewership/revenues are peerless, the report said.
Missing the trophy yet again but RCB bowlers cover themselves in glory
In fact, Hasaranga eventually missed the 'Purple Cap' by a whisker to his former teammate, Yuzvendra Chahal, but the kind of domination that he wove over the span of the tournament was too overwhelming to be refuted. The Sri Lankan eventually finished IPL 2022 with a haul of 26 wickets at a superb economy rate of 7.54.
IPL 2022: Tendulkar's 'Best Playing XI' has Pandya as skipper; no room for Kohli, Sharma
Tendulkar said his list was based purely on the performance of this IPL season and had nothing to do with previous editions. And, in this edition of the IPL, both Sharma and Kohli performed miserably, even though the latter's side made it to the playoffs stage.
Comparisons being drawn between Kohli and Buttler after Royals' loss in IPL final
Buttler, with 863 runs this season, took the Orange Cap. But there was little consolation for the Sanju Samsom-led side at it failed to win the title despite the best efforts of the England cricketer. With four explosive centuries, most fours and most sixes and the Orange Cap to his name, Buttler capped off his most successful run in the IPL.