IPL 2022: Geo to check Star, Sony .. into the ring for IPL broadcasts ..! | IPL 2022: ipl media rights tender may in December 1st week, star india, sony, jio in line

IPL 2022: Geo to check Star, Sony .. into the ring for IPL broadcasts ..!

IPL 2022

IPL Media Rights: The Indian Premier League (IPL) media rights tender has already been delayed. It is rumored that this may take some time. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has announced that it will complete the process soon after announcing two new IPL teams in late October. However, the tender is expected to be completed next month.

The BCCI announced on 25 October 2021 that “the IPL media rights tender for 2023-2027 will start after the appointment of two new IPL teams”. The BCCI said in a media statement after the IPL Governing Council meeting on September 28. It has been almost a month since the BCCI announced the two new teams. However, no clarification has been received so far. According to the Cricketbuzz report, there were three main reasons for the delay in tender issuance. Through this media rights tender, the BCCI raised nearly Rs. 30,000 crore seems to be deposited in his account.

Ambiguity over Ahmedabad franchise CVC Sports.
Uncertainty still lingers over the 10th IPL franchise. The BCCI has announced that CVC Sports has won the Ahmedabad franchise. However their bid is still in doubt. Due to this, the Letter of Intent has not been issued by the BCCI so far.

Whether to go for e-auction or closed bidding ..
The BCCI is at a loss as to whether to go for this auction or closed bidding on media rights. News is coming in that the closed bid has been tentatively accepted as being in the argument that it is better.

The BCCI has benefited greatly from the fact that the same process is taking place in the purchase of franchises. For example Sanjeev Goenka RPSG Group ‌ Lucknow franchise to win Rs. It is known that the bid was for Rs 7090 crore. This made it possible for its nearest rivals to file at this altitude and win. This is Rs 1,500 crore more than the second largest bidder group.

In the case of e-auctions the highest bid is likely to be slightly higher than the nearest competitor. However, e-bidding also has its advantages. Star, Sony-G, Reliance Jio are popularly interested in participating in the bid. It seems that the competition between these will intensify. It seems that the BCCI will not reap the benefits as all three are likely to submit huge bids.

BCCI Annual General Meeting ..
The sector is all set to hold the BCCI Annual General Meeting (AGM) on December 4. At this meeting, the IPL is going to form a new governing body by adding three new members. It looks like the media will invite bids for broadcast rights once this is done.

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