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IPL 2023: The big battle off the field between Viacom18 and Disney-Star

IPL teams' average revenue may double to Rs 630 cr; Mumbai Indians could rake in as much as Rs 802 crore this year

Gujarat Titans bowler Mohammed Shami celebrates a wicket during the IPL match between Chennai Super Kings and Gujarat Titans, in Ahmedabad. (Photo: PTI)
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Gujarat Titans bowler Mohammed Shami celebrates a wicket during the IPL match between Chennai Super Kings and Gujarat Titans, in Ahmedabad. (Photo: PTI)

Surajeet Das Gupta New Delhi

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As the 10 Indian Premier League (IPL) franchisees slug it out in the cricketing extravaganza that begins today, some big winners have already emerged off the field. The team franchisees are laughing all the way to the bank, since their revenues from the central pool of the  Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) are expected to at least double — from Rs 305 crore to Rs 630 crore this year.

The pool includes a share of the sale of the lucrative television and digital rights for the IPL as well as the money from the main sponsors. The

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First Published: Mar 31 2023 | 3:49 PM IST

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