Chennai Super Kings looks set to become India's first sports unicorn

May even overtake parent company India Cements' m-cap: Experts

CSK is the most consistent franchisee in the history of the IPL since the tournament began in 2008, winning 59.69 per cent or 117 out of 196 matches it has played so far

With its fourth title win of the Indian Premier League (IPL) on Friday, Chennai Super Kings may be all set to become possibly the country’s first ‘sports unicorn’, even surpassing its parent India Cements in market capitalisation, say experts. Chennai Super Kings' unlisted shares were trading at around Rs 135 each, taking its market capitalisation to around Rs 4,200 crore soon after the Chennai Super Kings (CSK) victory in the tournament, as compared with a value of around Rs 2,465 crore (Rs 80 per share) in April 2021. On Friday, India Cements stocks ...