The year 2023 is going to be special for Indian cricket, as the women’s IPL is to start this year. Tenders for the Women’s Indian Premier League were taken out by the BCCI a few days ago, in which companies are competing to buy different teams. In the tenders floated by the BCCI, so far the names of more than 30 companies have come forward, which have come forward to buy the teams.
According to Cricbuzz’s report, companies that have shown interest in buying teams for the women’s IPL include names like Haldiram and Apollo. Chennai’s famous Shriram Group, Nilgiri Group and Katkuri Group have shown interest in buying the team.
Apart from these, the names that have come up include Apollo Group and Haldiram Group. There are also a few cement companies which have come forward to buy the teams, these include JK Cement and Chettinad Cement. Apart from these, Adani Group and Kapri Global have also taken tenders to buy teams.
Let us tell you that by January 25, all the companies or claimants have to give their names, because after that the auction will start to buy the teams. Any company or person whose net worth is Rs 1000 crore or more can join the claim to buy the same team.
Women’s IPL was being demanded for a long time and now it has come true. Recently, BCCI has sold media rights for women’s IPL, which has earned record-breaking earnings. BCCI has sold media rights to Viacom 18 for Rs 950 crore for five years. That is, the value of each match will be up to Rs 7 crore.