Indian Premier League (IPL) is viewed as one of the greatest T20 spectacles across the existence where different a-list players move forward to make it a super undertaking. Talking in similar line of occasions, Punjab Kings co-owner Ness Wadia expressed that BCCI should anticipate permitting groups to play some slow time of year games abroad.
IPL is as of now an incredible brand across the world and in the wake of bringing in two new groups for the following season, its worth has additionally shot up. Wadia feels that BCCI should consider having some slow time of year games in where there is a huge Indian crowd.
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“The BCCI must consider having off-season matches to be held in places where there is a big Indian diaspora. That will grow the IPL even more. A bunch of three or five games in the off-season based on player availability. Hypothetically, allow the top four franchisees every year to play a few games in, for example, Miami or in Toronto or in Singapore. It will only strengthen what already is a strong product,”stated by Ness Wadia as quoted by the New Indian Express.
Offering for two new groups brought IPL more than USD 1.5 billion which even pulled in the bid from Manchester United proprietors.
Notwithstanding, the last offers were won by RPSG Group and CVC Capitals accomplices, proprietors of Lucknow and Ahmedabad establishment. Thinking about his perspective on the sticker price of 1.5 billion, Wadia added that IPL is at long last getting its levy and it has required 14 years to arrive at where the association merits as well.
“I don’t think the numbers are mind boggling. Sport is big business now. It is a good investment. The league truly deserves it. These are serious businessmen we are talking about. They invest in things with a purpose. It has taken us 14 years to reach where the league deserves to be. I am happy that it has finally happened,” further stated by him.
IPL 2022 is good to go for the mega auction in front of it where groups will have an alternate arrangement of players separated from center names.