The BCCI also successfully completed the 13th season of IPL 2020 in the atmosphere of coronavirus. From an economic point of view, this year’s tournament is very successful, the income has been 4 thousand crore. Not only that, the number of IPL viewers on TV has increased by about 25 percent compared to last time.
It is not uncommon for players and officials to keep the tournament healthy amid the deadly virus. About 1,800 people covered in the tournament have been tested 30,000 times.
Each person has been tested more than once. There are no reports of covid being attacked in the two-month-long tournament.
BCCI treasurer Arun Dhumal himself shared the success of this year’s tournament with everyone. The situation in the world has been critical since last February. And if there is any major event successfully during this period, it is the 13th IPL.
The BCCI did not elaborate on earning in the IPL. However, the five-year agreement with Star TV to broadcast the game did not go unnoticed. Broadcast successfully. Star has paid Rs 16,347 crore to BCCI for five years.
According to Dhumal, the board has been able to reduce the cost of the tournament by 35 per cent over last time. In this year’s IPL, BCCI has received Rs 4,000 crore. TV viewership has increased by 25 percent. TRP was highest in the opening match between Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings.