IPL Media Rights E-Auction Day 2 Live: Reports are coming out that the rest of the world rights: Australia & Europe territories (UK markets included) have gone to Viacom.
IPL Media Rights E-Auction Day 2 Live: As Per the Reports package A went to Disney.
IPL Media Rights E-Auction Day 2 Live: As per reports the IPL media rights bidding of Package C will continue on Tuesday. Today’s auction ended at 6 PM.
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IPL Media Rights E-Auction Day 2 Live: As per reports, Viacom HAS GOT Package B, ie the digital rights for the Indian subcontinent.
IPL Media Rights E-Auction Day 2 Live: Bidding for A and B closed with two different winners. The total cost of packages A & B is Rs 44070.
IPL Media Rights E-Auction Day 2 Live: Package C has non-exclusive rights for 18 games, including the opening game, final, three play-offs and a few weekend double headers. Package D is for the TV and Digital Bracket for the rest of the world.
IPL Media Rights E-Auction Day 2 Live: It is reported that Package A and Package B have gone to two parties and the winner of package A is likely to challenge the winner of Package B to get exclusive combo rights for TV and Digital
IPL Media Rights E-Auction Day 2 Live: The BCCI will earn approx. 105 crores for match with the media rights
IPL Media Rights E-Auction Day 2 Live: As per reports, Sony has bagged the TV rights
IPL Media Rights E-Auction Day 2 Live: According to sources, Package A and B, which includes TV and Digital, has been sold for Rs 43,050 crore. Official confirmation is still awaited.
IPL Media Rights E-Auction Day 2 Live: The results for the IPL Media Rights are likely to be announced today
IPL Media Rights E-Auction Day 2 Live: As per reports, Mukesh Ambani backed Viacom18 could pip Star Network for the media rights. It’s going to be a close fight though.
IPL Media Rights E-Auction Live: Reports are suggesting that the bidding for the remaining two packages which includes digital rights for 18 matches and TV and digital rights for rest of the world is likely to start from noon tomorrow.
IPL Media Rights E-Auction Live: Bidding for the Rights has crossed 41,000 Crores for Packages A & B. The number has already surpassed our predictions.
Two different broadcasters won the TV (package A) and digital rights (package B) for the Indian subcontinent in the e-auction of the media rights for the Indian Premier League (IPL) cycle 2023 to 2027 in the second day of the auction on Monday.
As the e-auction, which began on Sunday moves to its third day on Tuesday, one of the biggest highlights was with 410 matches to be broadcasted in the five-year cycle, the total value per match for every IPL game is at INR 107.5 crore.
Tuesday might see the bidding of packages C and D being completed and could mean that the names of the winning companies be revealed officially by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI).
According to a report by Cricbuzz, the yet-to-be identified company which has bagged TV rights for INR 57.5 crore per game had challenged the company bidding INR 48 crore per game for digital rights. “But looks like the bids for digital have ended at INR 50 crore per game and it is understood to have been bagged by Jio (Viacom18),” said the report.
There are also reports that Disney-Star has bagged the Indian subcontinent TV rights. The combined value for Package A (TV Rights) and Package B (Digital) is INR 44,075 crore.