IPL is going to start and now the main focus is on IPL Broadcasting BCCI is planning something big, Amazon and Reliance have clashes to get these rights.
There is a competition among these companies to take broadcast rights of IPL. Amazon and Reliance are against each other for the broadcasting rights of IPL.
According to media reports, Amazon and Reliance will compete with Sony Group and Walt Disney over the exclusive TV and digital broadcast rights of 5 years of the Indian Premier League.
Who will get the broadcasting rights we get to know in late March or early April.
BCCI earns a lot from IPL Broadcasting
Earlier BCCI gives these rights to Star India for Rs 16,347.50 crore from 2018 to 2022. Walt Disney is Star India's parent company
The Indian Premier League was broadcast on Star Sports channels and Disney+ Hotstar. In the last season, the viewership of league matches reached 350 million (350 million) viewers.
Apart from India, the broadcast rights of IPL in the countries of the Indian subcontinent such as Nepal, Bhutan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, and the Maldives are with Star Sports Network.
This broadcast will be done in 7 languages Hindi, English, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Kannada, and Bengali.
This much amount BCCI earn from IPL Broadcasting
A top BCCI official said that Indian cricket is set to make a bumper profit from the sale of IPL rights for the new season. Don't be surprised if it reaches Rs 40,000 to Rs 45,000 crore.
2008-2017 —6897 cost of Broadcasting rights.
2009-2017 —8,200 cost of broadcasting right
2018-2022 —16,348 cost of broadcasting rights.