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WPL Live Streaming 2023for All Locations: The first edition of the Women’s Premier League is scheduled to play between March 4 to March 26 this year. As per WPL 2023 schedule, the first match will be played between Mumbai Indians and Gujarat Giants on March 4 at Mumbai.
BCCI has received INR 4669.99 crores in the Women’s Premier League team Auction. Right after successfully hosting the WPL 2023 Auction, BCCI warned 5 WPL teams that it can involve commercial associations with fantasy sports but must avoid involvement with cryptocurrencies, betting, gambling, real money and tobacco sectors.
The board has warned that any franchise associating itself with barred brands could face stringent actions. A total of 87 players were bought during the inaugural auction by the 5 teams to complete the squad.
All 5 participating teams will announce different unique logos with various reasons for the usage of the colours or names.
WPL Live Streaming 2023
WPL Live Streaming 2023: Only Viacom18 and Disney Star bid for the media rights of WPL. Where Viacom’s INR 951 crore bid defeats Star’s bid of INR 98 crore (only digital).
Viacom 18 had also secured the digital rights of the men’s IPL for the subcontinent region (for INR 23,757.5 crore or USD 3.04 billion) and both the TV and digital rights across three global regions – Australia + New Zealand, the UK and South Africa – (for INR 1058 crore or USD 135.49 million) last June.
The media rights income is an integral part of the revenues both the BCCI and the franchises earn, as seen in the IPL. The BCCI has once again decided to stick to the same revenue-sharing formula it utilised in the IPL for distribution to franchises from the central revenue pool.
“The BCCI shall pay the franchisee 80% of all Central Team Licensing Income every year,” a board said in the ITT. “BCCI shall pay the franchisees 80% share of Central Rights income in first five years, 60% in next five years and 50% post that.”
Following are the details of the WPL Live Streaming 2023:
|India||Sports18, Jio Cinema|
|United Kingdom||Sky Sports Cricket, Sky Sports Main Event|
|United States||Willow TV|
|Australia||Fox Sports, Yupp TV|
|Middle East||Willow TV|
|New Zealand||Sky Sport NZ (Sky Sport 2)|
|Caribbean||Flow Sports (Flow Sports 2)|
|Afghanistan||Radio Television Afghanistan (RTA)|
|Nepal||Yupp TV, Net TV Nepal, SimTV Nepal|
|Sri Lanka||Yupp TV, SLRC, Dialog TV, PeoTV|
|Maldives||Yupp TV, Medianet|
WPL 2023 Format
WPL 2023 Format: Women’s Premier League 2023 will follow the Round Robin format with Group System and Playoffs format. Following are the details of the Women’s Premier League 2023 Format:
- All participating(5) teams will play against each other twice which will mark a total of 20 league matches.
- The topper of the Women’s Premier League 2023 Points Table will directly qualify for the final.
- The eliminator match will be played between the 2nd and 3rd placed teams.
- The winner of the eliminator will qualify as the second finalist for the Women’s Premier League 2023 final match.
The BCCI has also said March will remain the window for the WPL. From the 2026 season, the WPL could comprise “33-34″ matches but the BCCI has not fleshed out any detail on the tournament structure.
WPL Teams And Owners
BCCI have received INR 4669.99 crores in the Women’s Premier League team Auction. Following are the details of the WPL Teams And Owners:
|Gujarat Giants||Adani Group||Ahmedabad||Beth Mooney||INR 1289 Cr|
|Mumbai Indians||Reliance Industries||Mumbai||Harmanpreet Kaur||INR 912.99 Cr|
|Royal Challengers Bangalore||Diageo||Bengaluru||Smriti Mandhana||INR 901 Cr|
|Delhi Capitals||JSW–GMR||Delhi||Meg Lanning||INR 810 Cr|
|UP Warriorz||Capri Global||Lucknow||Alyssa Healy||INR 757 Cr|