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In Indian Premier League (IPL), the money involvement is much more than PSL. In IPL, the first team auction was held at 2008. The money collected was around $723 million or $90 million average per team.
The India’s GDP was contributed Rs.12 billion by the Indian Premier League (IPL) on 2015. This was quoted by Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI).
Eight franchises constitute the IPL 2015. These franchises played cricket over 12 cities across India. All the IPL teams played 60 matches over 44 days. Those matches are played over 13 host venues in the country. The IPL has attracted around 1.71 million people all over India & also a total of 190 cricketers participated in the tournament.
According to BCCI, the IPL matches have contributed an economic output of Rs. 26.5 billion. The economy of an Indian state also gets revenue from an IPL match. It was seen in 2015 that 20% of total visitors came from other cities other than the city which is hosting the games. International visitors by large numbers specially from UK, South Africa & Australia also visited the IPL.
The Australian Twenty 20 Cricket Tournament is known as Big Bash. In 2015, it had a total of 1,030,495 visitors. With every year, the Big Bash is gaining worldwide popularity. Cricket Australia got such popularity that it gained around $4 million in the whole competition.
In 2016, it was revealed that Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) is such a cricket league in the world which is 2nd most followed to the IPL. The estimated cost of BPL is around $500 million.
Apart from viewing IPL 2015, people can also play cricket prediction games online.
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