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BCCI pays ECB fixed fee of US $ 1.5 million

Baidurjo Bhose New Delhi [India], September 20 (ANI): At Apex Council meeting on Monday, India’s Cricket Management Board (BCCI) informs members that it has transferred ticketing rights to the ICC’s Emirates Cricket Committee and Oman Cricket (OC). Did. T20 World Cup. All revenue generated from the sale of match tickets is held by the ECB and OC.

“BCCI pays the ECB a fixed fee of US $ 1.5 million (from a hosting fee of US $ 13.5 million) and an operating fee of US $ 5.5 million, which is covered by the ICC. The total fee paid is US $ 7 million. BCCI has transferred ticketing rights to. All proceeds from the ECB and the sale of match tickets will be held by the ECB. The Local Organizing Committee (LOC) for the delivery of this event is primarily BCCI. It is made up of staff from the ECB and several staff from the ECB.

“BCCI hosts six games in Muscat. BCCI pays OC a fixed fee of US $ 400,000. BCCI transfers ticketing rights to OC and all revenues generated from the sale of match tickets are paid by OC. It will be retained. BCCI has deployed a team from Muscat’s LOC to oversee the preparation of the event, “BCCI officials told ANI.

BCCI owns the showpiece event but has been moved to the UAE and Oman with a view to COVID-19. India and Pakistan will lock the horn on October 24th at a group stage encounter. The tournament will start on October 17th and the final will be held in Dubai on November 14th.

The tournament will begin on October 17th in Group B, the first round of the match between hosts Oman and Papua New Guinea, with Scotland and Bangladesh and other Group B teams clashing in the evening match.

Group A members Ireland, the Netherlands, Sri Lanka and Namibia will be held in Abu Dhabi the next day, with Round 1 matches running until October 22nd. The top two teams in each group advance to Super 12. The tournament stage starting October 23rd.

The second round of the tournament, the Super 12 stage, will be held in Abu Dhabi on October 23, with a Group 1 contest between Australia and South Africa. This is followed by an evening clash between England and the West Indies in Dubai. Old rivals England and Australia will honk in Dubai on October 30th. We will conclude on November 6th with a match between Australia and the West Indies in Abu Dhabi and England and South Africa in Sharjah.

Group 2 begins with a fierce clash between India and Pakistan on October 24th in Dubai. Pakistan then faced New Zealand in Sharjah on October 26th, making a tough start for the 2009 champions. Afghanistan will launch a campaign in Sharjah on October 25th to take over the Group B winners from the first round. Finishing on November 8th, India will win the second round 1 qualifying from Group A.

The first semi-final will be held on November 10th in Abu Dhabi. The second semi-final will be hosted by Dubai on November 11th. Both semi-finals have reservation dates. The tournament Marquee Crash will take place in Dubai on Sunday, November 14th, with Monday as the reserved date for the finals. (ANI)

BCCI pays ECB fixed fee of US $ 1.5 million

SourceBCCI pays ECB fixed fee of US $ 1.5 million

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