A brand-new storm has actually been brewed with the Board for Control of Cricket in India (BCCI) choosing to minimize the cash prize given to the winner of the tournament and the jogger ups. This was announced in a circular sent to all 8 franchises by the board as well as currently the proprietors as well as the monitoring of all teams are unhappy with this decision.
The victor of the IPL got INR 20 crores, as Mumbai Indians did for winning the 2019 prize. The joggers up made use of to get 12.5 crore rupees, something which Chennai Super Kings got after losing to MI by one run in the last. Now that amount has actually been cut in half to rupees 10 crores for the victors and also 6.25 crore for the runners up.
Franchise business dissatisfied over not being consulted by BCCI
The overall cash prize to be distributed amongst the leading 4 groups making the playoffs remains at Rs 50 crore, the play-off standing fund to be dispersed among the franchisees has been lowered from Rs 50 crore to Rs 25 crore. The BCCI has likewise boosted the funds received by the state associations for organizing the game to INR 1 crore, with franchises and BCCI contributing Rs 50 lakh each.
“We are unhappy that the play-off standing fund has been cut in half. We were not also spoken with. The franchisees have actually been discussing it informally and will certainly soon have a formal conference to go over the issue,” an authorities of a South India-based franchise was estimated by the Times of India. The groups ending up third and also 4th will certainly get INR 4.30 crores each, cut down from 6.25 crore rupees they got previously.
“It is a success. We are discussing it inside along with various other teams. All the groups are satisfying quickly to discuss it,” claimed an authorities from another franchise. It continues to be to be seen what action the franchises will certainly take as BCCI chose to reduce expenses claiming that each of the groups remained in health and also had incomes too in sponsorships to bolster their income.
The IPL 2020 begins from March 29, with protecting champions Mumbai Indians handling 2018 champions Chennai Super Kings at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai.