The bids submitted by the teams for the first Women’s Premier League brought in a staggering amount of Rs 4670 crore for the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI).
On Wednesday, BCCI Secretary Jay Shah posted information on Twitter regarding the details of the overall bidding price.
The BCCI has given the competition the moniker Women’s Premier League, according to Jay Shah.
Additionally, he noted that the overall proceeds from the auction exceeded the sum obtained from the clubs’ 2008 bids for the first season of the men’s IPL.
Adani Sportsline Pvt Ltd won the bid for the Ahmedabad franchise for a whopping Rs 1289 crore. The Mumbai franchise was won by Indiawin Sports Pvt Ltd, which is owned by Mumbai Indians owners, for Rs 912.99 crore.
The Bengaluru franchise went to Royal Challengers Sports Pvt Ltd, a company which owns the Royal Challengers Bangalore, for Rs 901 crore, the BCCI wrote in a tweet.
JSW GMR Cricket Pvt Ltd, owners of Delhi Capitals, won the Delhi franchise with a bid of Rs 810 crore, while the Lucknow franchise was bought for Rs 757 crore by Capri Global Holding Pvt Ltd.