Mumbai Indians suffered heavy losses even after victory, half of prize money

new Delhi: The title of IPL 2020 (IPL 2020) has once again been named after Mumbai Indians (MI). For two consecutive times, Mumbai has captured this trophy. In the final, Mumbai defeated Delhi (DC) by 5 wickets and became the champion for the 5th time. But even after the victory, Mumbai has suffered a loss.

Due to Kovid-19, BCCI faced a lot of difficulties in organizing the IPL and due to Corona, Mumbai has suffered a lot. Mumbai Indians have got a prize money of just Rs 10 crore for becoming champions this year, which is 50 percent less than the prize money, while the team of Delhi Capitals has also been given only Rs 6.25 crore.

The teams of Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) and Virat Kohli’s Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) got the prize money of Rs 5-5 crores in third place.

Due to the corona virus, the tournament started with a delay of 6 months and the earnings from the IPL have also reduced due to the banning of spectators on the field.

At the same time, due to the dispute between India and China, Vivo retreated from the title sponsor of the IPL, due to which the BCCI suffered heavy losses. Where Vivo was signed with 450 rupees annually, the new sponsor Dream XI gave only 200 crores to BCCI for one season.

The BCCI had to cut the prize money by 50 percent due to all these losses. Earlier, the team that won the IPL title got Rs 20 crore, while the runners-up got 12.5 crore. Teams of number three and four used to get 10-10 crore rupees in their account.


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