ICC announces World Cup prize money

The T20 World Cup is knocking on the door. From October 16, the curtain is rising on the chest of the desert. Meanwhile, the International Cricket Council (ICC) has announced the prize money for the upcoming World Cup.

Prize money information was published on the ICC website on Sunday (October 10). It is learned that the champion team will get 1.6 million US dollars in this competition of 18 teams.

Meanwhile, the prize money of the two semi-finalist

teams has also been announced. The two teams eliminated in the semis will get 4 lakh dollars or 3 crore 42 lakh 6 thousand 360 rupees. In addition, 6 5.6 million has been allocated for the entire tournament. Which will be divided among the 16 participating teams.

In addition to the prize money, bonuses have also been provided for the winning team in each match. The team that wins each match throughout the tournament will receive 40,000. In Bangladeshi currency which is 34 lakh 20 thousand 736 rupees. Note that in addition to the main event, the winning teams in the qualifying round will also receive the same amount of money.

It is also known that the teams that are eliminated from the main episode will get 60 thousand dollars or 59 lakh 6 thousand 26 rupees. In addition, the teams eliminated from the qualifying round will get 40 thousand dollars.

This year’s T20 World Cup is being played in Oman and the United Arab Emirates.

Despite the cowardly reality, the Abu Dhabi Sports Council has decided to increase the number of spectators at the World Cup.

The ICC changed the venue this time due to the coronavirus epidemic. Initially, the World Cup was scheduled to be held in India, but was later shifted to Oman and the United Arab Emirates. However, India is the host. Following the change of venue, the Abu Dhabi Sports Council announced that spectators would be able to enter the stadium.

Meanwhile, the rest of the IPL is taking place in the United Arab Emirates

before the World Cup and spectators are entering there. As a result, there is no barrier for spectators to enter the World Cup. However, the Abu Dhabi Sports Council is thinking of increasing the number of spectators. In the current IPL, 50 per cent spectators are allowed to enter the Sheikh Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi. But other stadiums can accommodate up to 80 percent of the field’s capacity. If the number of spectators is increased at Sheikh Zayed Stadium, 80 percent of the capacity of all the stadiums will be entered in this year’s event.

The spectators have to enter the stadium following the Corona protocol. Spectators will be able to watch the game on the field only if they have received two doses of vaccine and a negative result in the last 48 hours of corona test. The authorities are maintaining the same rules in the World Cup.

A total of 15 matches will be played at the Sheikh Zayed Cricket Stadium in this year’s T20 World Cup. The qualifier between Sri Lanka and Namibia will be played on October 16 at this stadium.

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