Women's IPL 2023
Womens IPL(Source_Times Of India)

Women’s IPL 2023: Reliance Backed Viacom18 Wins Media Rights For 951 Crore. Reliance backed Viacom18 won the Women’s Indian Premier League (IPL) media rights for the next five years (2023-2027) for a whopping INR 951 crore. That means the broadcaster will pay INR 7.09 crore per match for the next 5 years. Board Of Control For Cricket In India ( BCCI) will come out the five Women’s IPL franchises on 25 January 2023.

The news comes on Monday confirmed by BCCI secretary Jay Shah on his Twitter account. It is a massive development for women’s cricket in India as Women Indian Premier League (WIPL) media rights was auctioned.

The Women’s T20 Challenge was initially held as an mounting tournament, but the BCCI last year eventually made the decision to introduce the Women’s IPL. WIPL’s first season’s opening match is scheduled for March 2023.

Though BCCI has not officially released the tournament’s schedule, but it is widely believed that the inaugural season, which would consist of 22 matches, will take place between March 5 and March 23.

Women IPL 2023 Player’s Auction:

Five price brackets in WIPL 2023, from INR 10 lakh to INR 50 lakh, make up the base price for the first auction prior to the Women’s IPL. The auction’s registration cut-off date is January 26.

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WIPL’s uncapped players (those who have not represented India) have two alternatives whereas capped players—those who have represented India —can select one of three base prices brackets: INR 30 lakh, INR 40 lakh, or INR 50 lakh (INR 10 lakh and INR 20 lakh).

Indian Premier League’s Roar Figures (2023 to 2027)

TATA IPL Digital rights – Viacom18 – INR 23,758 Crore

Indian Premier League TV rights (2023-27) Star India – INR 23,575 Crore

IPL World rights – Viacom18, Times Internet – INR 1,057 Crore

WIPL TV & Digital rights – Reliance owned Viacom18 – INR 951 Crore