The BCCI has extended the IPL media right tender date till May 20

IPL Media Right Tender – IPL Tender Date Extended: The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has extended the deadline for purchasing tender documents for the media rights of the Indian Premier League (IPL). Although the deadline expires on Tuesday evening, the BCCI has decided to extend the date by another 10 days. The BCCI says more selfish parties want to take tenders. Follow IPL Media Right Tender Live Updates and IPL 2022 Live Updates with InsideSport.IN

IPL tender date extended: “Following requests from various interested parties, BCCI has now decided to extend the date for purchase of ITT documents till May 20, 2022” Informed the BCCI.

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IPL Media Rights: Tech giant Google throws a hat in the ring to compete with Amazon and Disney for IPL media rights

IPL Media Rights: Tech giant Google throws a hat in the ring to compete with Amazon and Disney for IPL media rights

According to a Bloomberg report, the American tech giant has collected bid documents from the BCCI. According to board insiders, Alphabet has collected bid documents for YouTube, a video hosting and sharing platform with over 2 billion active users per month.

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  • Amazon
  • Disney
  • Reliance Viacom Sports 18
  • G Entertainment Entertainments
  • Sony Group Corporation
  • Dream Sports Inc.
  • Alphabet Inc
  • Supersport, South Africa
  • Apple Inc.

IPL Media Rights: Tech giant Google throws a hat in the ring to compete with Amazon and Disney for IPL media rights

Why IPL media rights are so valuable?

  • The Indian Premier League is the most watched T20 league in the world.
  • With over 600 million viewers tuning in for IPL 2021, it is a valuable asset of BCCI.
  • The BCCI IPL is valued at around $ 7 billion, making it one of the most valuable sports leagues in the world.
  • It has attracted interest from all over the world.

IPL Media Rights: Tech giant Google throws a hat in the ring to compete with Amazon and Disney for IPL media rights

IPL Media Rights: Tech giant Google throws a hat in the ring to compete with Amazon and Disney for IPL media rights

  • Bundle A – Indian Subcontinent Broadcast: The base price in this category is Rs 49 crore per game. In total, the base price of 74 games will be Rs 18,130 crore for five years.
  • Bundle B – Digital rights Indian subcontinent: The base price of this package is Rs 33 crore per game. For five years, the account is Rs 12,210 crore.
  • Bundle c: Non-Exclusive Package (Digital): The much talked about special package is available in Bundle C which includes 18 games and the reserve price in this cluster is Rs 16 crore per game. The price of this bundle is 7440 games per season and calculated for five years. The package will include 18 games – opening matches, 4 playoff matches and 13 evening double header matches.
  • Bundle D: The rest of the world (outside the subcontinent): The basic price of this package is Rs 3 crore per game. The combined value of the reserve price for five years is Rs 1110 crore.

The last time the BCCI sold IPL media rights, it received more than Rs 16,000 crore. The BCCI expects that amount to double this time.

This time, the BCCI has decided to go for e-auction which will start on June 12 in different sections. The Indian board has set a base price of Rs 18,130 crore for five years for a version of 74 games.

IPL Media Rights: Tech giant Google throws a hat in the ring to compete with Amazon and Disney for IPL media rights

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