WPL: BCCI invites bids for title sponsorship rights of WPL from 2023-2027 The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) on Saturday invited bids to bag the title sponsorship of the Women's Premier League (WPL). The Women's T20 League is being touted as a great step in the development of Indian women's cricket and the BCCI is accepting bids for title sponsorship for the next five years.
The BCCI said on Twitter, 'BCCI announces the release of Request for Proposal for Title Sponsorship Rights for Women's Premier League Season 2023-2027.'
The BCCI wrote in its statement, 'BCCI invites bids to acquire title sponsorship rights for the Women's Premier League 2023-27 season. The detailed terms and conditions governing the tender process including eligibility requirements, procedure for submission of bids, title sponsor's rights and obligations etc. are contained in the 'Request for Proposal' ("RFP") which will be made available upon receipt. INR 1,00,000 (Indian Rupees One Lakh only) will be non-refundable and GST will be applicable. The procedure for receiving the RFP documents is listed in Annex A of this notice. The RFP will be available for purchase by February 9, 2023.Explain that the BCCI earned Rs 4669.99 crore by selling five teams of the Women's Premier League. Adani Sportsline bought the rights of the Ahmedabad team by making the highest bid of Rs 1289 crore. Bought by Mumbai Indians, Royal Challengers Bangalore and Delhi Capitals for Rs 912.99 crore, Rs 901 crore and Rs 810 crore respectively. Capri Global Holdings bid Rs 757 crore for the Lucknow franchise.BCCI secretary Jay Shah said, "Today is a historic day in cricket as the bid for the inaugural edition of the Women's Premier League has broken the record for the bid for the inaugural season of the men's IPL in 2008. Congratulations to the winners and we have collected Rs 4669.99 crore from the total bid.
🚨 NEWS 🚨— BCCI (@BCCI) January 28, 2023
BCCI announces the release of Request for Proposal for Title Sponsorship Rights for Women’s Premier League Seasons 2023-2027.
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The BCCI sold the media rights of the Women's Premier League to Viacom18 earlier this month for Rs 951 crore.
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