Ipl Chairman 2023 – IPL chairman Arun Dahmal: Plans to introduce home-away format from second season of WPL By inaugural Women’s Premier League, IPL chairman on Tuesday said that they are planning to introduce home-away format from the second season, but the number of teams They will remain in 5 teams for the next three years.
Buoyed by the success of the inaugural Women’s Premier League, IPL chairman Arun Dhumal on Tuesday said they plan to introduce a home-away format from the second season, but the number of teams will remain at five for the next three years. Stay
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For the first time WPL became popular among fans and players, but since the tournament was held in a tight time frame and immediately after the Women’s T20 World Cup, the BCCI decided to hold all the matches at two venues in Mumbai.
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Pointing to hosting the WPL as the biggest challenge of his tenure, Dumal said having home and away games helps teams build fan bases and the board wants to adopt that approach at the start of next season. “It’s a good start to the half. It’s a good start for the WPL and it’s going to be even better down the road than we’ve seen so far. We started with five teams but the players are moving for extra teams with totals in mind. which will follow in the coming years.
We expect the number of teams to increase, but five teams will remain for the next three seasons. We will definitely look at home and away games, see what times are available due to India’s international commitments and make a call.
“From a fan engagement point of view, it’s very important to go to a home-away format,” Dhumal told PTI.
Brabourne and DY Patel stadiums cater to fans. The event attracted a lot of attention even before the first ball was bowled and the BCCI received nearly Rs 4,700 crore for team rights and Rs 951 crore for media rights.
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“It’s been a fantastic journey so far and it’s been very challenging given the time we’ve had to start the WPL. We’re happy with how we’ve progressed, we didn’t have much time because it was the World Cup. And the girls have about a week to go. They had to go back and start over.
“Everything (media rights, team rights, player auction) happened one after the other, but the way the tournament was received was fantastic,” Dumal said.
One of the reasons for not introducing the sixth team could be the lack of quality native talents. The world’s best players showcased their exemplary skills in the competition, but apart from Saika Ishaq, Kanka Ahuja and Shreyanka Patel, many of India’s top players failed to turn heads.
“Our national team has played very well in the last few years. They won the Under-19 Girls’ World Cup. Given the way the WPL has been received, we are very hopeful that we will have a great set of players and their fitness and fitness. Standard Fielding It will improve a lot in the future. Three of the five teams belong to old IPL franchises, which has increased the value of the men’s league to astronomical proportions.
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Those who have invested their money have plans. Our plan is to generate money and put it back into the game and get bigger and better players for India. It is important to give international players a chance in the WPL. Tara Norris from the United States played in the first round.
The team can select five foreign players in eleven games, but the fifth must be from the same partner country.
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“It’s an international event. It’s not India-centric. We’ve given partner countries an opportunity that will help grow the game globally. And their players played well.”
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The two-month long IPL kicked off last week after a record media rights deal fetched the board a staggering Rs 48,390 crore. The board sold TV and digital rights separately for the first time and it proved to be a masterstroke.
TV rights holder Viacom and digital rights holder Viacom are working to provide fans with a better viewing experience.
“The game has to innovate for everybody. Everything about the game has to revolve around the fans. The idea was to make it very rich for the fans. We had a different set of auctions (for media rights), we were amazing. We had partners
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“There is a huge market to attract an international audience. We will reach fans globally,” Dumal said.
Given the digital revolution in India and around the world, will television remain relevant? “Digital is changing the landscape, so there will be more customers for digital, but given the depth and reach of TV, it still has a huge market in India,” he added.
Dehmal added: The introduction of effective players in the Premier League and the selection of the team after the throw was done to reduce the advantage of the throw.
“We see it playing a big role now. Winning the toss is seen as an advantage and to reduce that, we’ve thought about introducing ‘impact players’ and giving teams the opportunity to win teams after the toss. to pick Sam to pick the eleven.IPL chairman Anurag Thakur’s brother, treasurer and sports minister Arun Singh Dhumal, former BCCI treasurer and current decision-maker for all thoughts on the Indian Premier League.
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As the IPL 2023 frenzy remains on the roof in India, cricket fans from all over the world have flocked to watch this thrilling tournament that showcases the all-star players of the Indian cricket team and international cricket teams. Current IPL chairman Arun Singh Dhumal
Arun Singh Dhumal was appointed as the president of Indian Premier League in 2022 and since then he has been the main decision maker of all things IPL. With the sixth season of the IPL underway, here’s everything you need to know about the IPL boss.
IPL chairman Arun Singh Dhumal is a former educationalist, businessman and current chairman of the glittering cricket tournament. Arun Dhamal is also the younger brother of Anurag Thakur, who is part of the Union Cabinet and is the current Sports Minister.
Arun Dhomal is 46 years old and is the son of famous politician Prem Kumar Dhomal, who was the Chief Minister of Himachal Pradesh twice. The current IPL chairman has also served as the treasurer of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI).
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Dhumal started his career as the president of the Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association and later became the treasurer of the BCCI in 2019. In addition to chairing the Women’s Premier League (WPL), he also chairs the Women’s Premier League. This year is the first season.
Recently, Arun Dhumal talked about IPL being held twice a year and called the second edition a mini IPL. He said a mini IPL is on the cards and the community is looking for a shorter and more explosive version of the IPL.
IPL is one of the most watched sports leagues that has earned thousands of crores over the years. The final of IPL 2023 is likely to be held on May 28.
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New Delhi, June 1 () – The Indian Premier League (IPL) is safe as the world’s top Twenty20 tournament despite the emergence of similar franchise-based tournaments around the world, its chairman Arun Singh Dhumal said.
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The IPL, with an estimated brand value of $8.4 billion, continues to attract the world’s best players and coaches that T20 tournaments in Australia and England can only dream of.
However, the landscape is changing, with lucrative leagues starting this year in the United Arab Emirates and South Africa, while Premier League Cricket begins in the United States next month.
Even though players now have more choice to buy