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BCCI will lose Rs 1675 crore if it breaks sponsorship ties with Chinese companies

The richest cricket board in the world 'BCCI' will lose around Rs 1675 crore if it breaks sponsorship ties with Chinese companies
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A top BCCI official said that Chinese smartphone maker Vivo will continue to be the title sponsor of the Indian Premier League (IPL).

The BCCI may be the richest cricket board in the world with a total of Rs 11,900 crore, but if it is made to boycott Chinese sponsors here, it will make a little difference to Chinese companies but on the other hand BCCI may have to face heavy losses.

Addressing speculations, he said that even though the Chinese brand is the title sponsor of the cash-rich IPL, people here have to understand that the money earned from it is finally staying in India only.

Apart from this, there will be a further loss of 1000 crore rupees because the host is the broadcaster star network who gets money from Ed and Chinese companies too.

BCCI and Chinese Sponsor Deal (approx.)

  • Vivo – 2200 crores on the five-year IPL title sponsor deal. 450 crores per year – 900 crores for the remaining two years.
  • Paytm – 326 crores – Loss of 180 crores for remaining three years till 2023.
  • Dream XI – 210 crores for four years of IPL – 150 crores for the remaining three years.
  • Swiggy – 50 crores per year, loss of 25 crores for the remaining one year.
  • Byju – Jersey sponsor of 1079 crores for five years, about 210 crores per year – 420 crores for the remaining two years.