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The first edition of Women’s IPL can be played from March 3! Tender issued for media rights

Women’s IPL 2023: The first match of IPL 2023 will be played from April 1, but before that the first edition of Women’s IPL will be played. It is believed that the Women’s IPL can start from March 3, while the final match will be played on March 26. This will be the first edition of the Women’s IPL. At the same time, IPL 2023 will be played after the Women’s IPL. However, the dates have not been officially announced by the BCCI. Before this the Women’s T20 World Cup will be played. The final match of the Women’s T20 World Cup will be played in Cape Town on 2 February.

Tender issued for media rights

At the same time, on Friday, the BCCI has issued a tender for the media rights of the Women’s IPL. This tender will be for Women’s IPL from 2023 to 2027. In the tender issued by BCCI, the last date has been mentioned as 31 December 2022. However, the auction process for media rights will start around January 8, this auction will be e-auction. Apart from this, BCCI has kept a separate category for television and digital rights for media rights. At present, the BCCI has not fixed the base price for the auction.

Each team will have a maximum of eighteen players

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According to BCCI, the first five teams will play in this tournament to make a good team with domestic and international players. Each team can consist of a maximum of eighteen players. There will not be more than six foreign players in these 18 players. Significantly, the Women’s Big Bash League is being organized in Australia from the year 2016. Apart from this, Women’s The Hundred was played in England last year. The Pakistan Cricket Board has also decided to organize the Women’s League from next year.

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