On Friday, India’s Cricket Control Board (BCCI) submitted a bid for media rights to the Women’s Indian Premier League (WIPL) for the five-year period from 2023-27. The IPL Board is soliciting bids from reputable companies to secure media rights for the 2023-2027 season of the Indian Women’s Premier League through a bidding process,” the BCCI said in a statement.Invitation to Tender (ITT) Bidding documents are offered at a price of Rs 5,000 plus applicable GST. Instructions for obtaining the ITT document are detailed in Appendix A of the document. ITT is available until December 31, 2022.
Prospects wishing to bid must purchase an ITT. However, only those who meet the eligibility criteria set forth by the ITT and meet the other conditions set forth therein are eligible to apply. It is made clear that the mere purchase of this ITT does not entitle anyone to bid. BCCI reserves the right to terminate or modify the bidding process at any time in its sole discretion,” the statement continued.In particular, BCCI was selling media rights to the men’s IPL through an electronic auction. However, she chooses to follow the same route of her WIPL or her one-off bid sealed. As of June this year, BCCI had earned a whopping Rs 48,390 crore from IPL media rights for five years from 2023. Disney star held TV rights in Indian subcontinent worth Rs 235.5 crore but India’s most coveted digital rights deal acquired by Reliance-backed Viacom18 for Rs 20.5 crore and also won the non-proprietary package C. 2,991 million rupees.