IPL will have two separate broadcasters for TV and Digital IPL Digital Media Rights goes at Rs 20500 Crore and TV goes at Rs 23575 crore


IPL Media Rights: The sale of package A and package B of the media rights of the Indian Premier League i.e. IPL from 2023 to 2027 has been confirmed. However, it is not yet clear which broadcasters have got the media rights for the next five years of IPL. According to reports, TV and digital rights have been bought by two different broadcasters.

If reports are to be believed, while IPL’s India TV rights have been sold for Rs 23,575 crore, the digital rights have been sold for Rs 20,500 crore. Thus, a TV broadcaster will have to pay Rs 57.5 crore for an IPL match, while the digital media rights holder will have to pay Rs 50 crore for an IPL match.

If sources are to be believed, Sony has bought the TV rights of IPL from 2023 to 2027, while Jio has made the biggest bid for the digital rights of IPL. However, till now there is no official confirmation from the Board of Control for Cricket in India i.e. BCCI and IPL.

For your information, let us tell you, this time the media rights of IPL were divided into four categories, in which package A included the rights of television in the Indian subcontinent for all matches, while in package B the digital space rights deal for all matches. was to be had. At the same time, Package C included exclusive broadcast rights for selected matches, while Package D included foreign rights. Bucket C includes the IPL opener, four playoffs and 13 double header matches.

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