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Star India retains Pro Kabaddi League media rights for Rs 181 crore

The franchisees have also slammed the organisers for keeping them out of the core committee on auctions

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Star India | Pro Kabaddi League | Indian Premier League

Surajeet Das Gupta  |  New Delhi 



Pro Kabaddi League
The 12 teams that retain 80 per cent of the revenues from the media rights (20 per cent goes to Mashal), will now get ~12 crore every season, which is double of what they got in the last five years File Photo

has retained the media rights (TV, gaming, digital and consolidated rights) of the prestigious (PKL) by paying Rs 181 crore for the next five years — the minimum base price fixed in the tender— as it was the sole bidder.

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First Published: Mon, April 19 2021. 06:10 IST

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