IPL is starting in India under the leadership of BCCI after the great joy of winning the World Cup. IPL started in 2008 and became a huge success. IPL has become a big market for cricket. IPL soon became a multi-crore industry.
Beyond local cricket, IPL has become a big platform for young cricketers in India. Players made it to the team only because of their performance in the IPL. Apart from this foreign players also saw IPL as a place to make money. Following the footsteps of IPL, most of the cricketing countries in the world have started such leagues.
So after IPL which has created a big revolution in the world of cricket, BCCI is going to start a league in India that suits the new era. Now the time of T10 cricket is coming. There are successful T10 leagues in many parts of the world.
BCCI aims to start another cricket league parallel to IPL. The initial discussions have started under the leadership of BCCI Secretary Jay Shah. The current plan is to hold the league in October-September 2024. Whether T20 format or T10 is still to be discussed.
The idea is to replace this new league as a platform for selecting players for the IPL. The league will start with maximum care so that the income and interest of IPL does not decrease. Sponsors and those in the industry have shown great interest in the new league.
After further discussions and deliberations, a new league will be decided. Currently there are no T10 leagues in India. BCCI contracted players cannot participate in external T10 leagues or T20 leagues.
After the ODI World Cup, it is estimated that the popularity of even that format will drop. It takes four hours to finish T20 cricket, but two hours is enough to finish T10 cricket. In the new era, BCCI is also entering the scene after T10 cricket has gained more popularity.
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