The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has earned Rs 4,000 crore from the IPL in the United Arab Emirates. Not only that but the TV viewership of IPL 2020 was more than 25% as compared to last season. More than 30,000 RT-PCR covid tests were also performed on 1800 people during the IPL. The most special thing in the meantime is that there has been no case of Koro’s transition since the IPL started.
According to BCCI official Arun Dhumal, this is the report card at the end of the high-profile T20 league. The IPL was also India’s first major tournament of the year, as the Kovid-19 frenzy spread across the world from February. But Dhumal did not discuss the revenue generated from the tournament and the break-up of the number of spectators. The tournament was held without spectators in the stands due to the coronavirus epidemic. It may be mentioned that the organizers had signed a deal in 2017 with a huge amount of Rs 16,347 crore for broadcast and media rights.