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ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup 2022 Prize Money Revealed

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ICC Women's Cricket World Cup is all set to roll out with the fixtures for the season. It is going to be a tournament that is all set to roll out which will be continuing toll April 03, 2022. Check ICC Women's Cricket World Cup 2022 Prize Money Revealed.

The matches for the league are going to be in the Women's One Day International. Where the tournament format for the league will be round-robin and knockout.

The host for the tournament will be New Zealand where there are going to be 08 participants and a total of 31 matches rolling out.

The prize money details for the league are out now where the teams are marking their gameplay to make it the winning of the tournament.

Check out more details about the ICC Women's Cricket World Cup 2022 Prize Money Revealed and other information here on this page.

ICC Women's Cricket World Cup 2022 Prize Money Revealed

The winner of the tournament will be getting the prize money of $1.32million where the amount is double this season than the previous season. It is another edition of the league where they will be rolling out matches.

There are in total of 8 teams that will be rolling out the matches for the season. The overall prize money for the league will be increased by around 75% by the previous season.

Every team will be taking home an approx of $3.5 Million. The runners-up for the team will be bagging an amount of $600,000 which is more than the previous season.

The losing semi-finalist for the tournament will be bagging prize money of $300,000. And the teams exiting the group stages will be bagging prize money of $70,000.

Every group stage of the tournament will be winning the prize money of around $25,000 per win and their total pot is $700,000.

Winner $1.32 million
Runner Ups $600,000
Semi Finalists $300,000
Teams existing the group stages $70,000
group-stage $25,000

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