BCCI reserves the right to cancel or modify the bidding process at any stage without assigning any reason.
The Board of Control for Cricket in India has invited several renowned organizations to bid to acquire the official partnership rights of the Women’s Premier League. Let us tell you, the Women’s Premier League 2024 is going to start very soon. The first edition of the Women’s Premier League was loved by many people. This tournament won the hearts of many people.
The terms and conditions governing the bidding process, including eligibility requirements, bid submission process, rights and obligations, etc., are contained in the ‘Request for Quotation’ (“RFQ”), which is for an amount of Rs 1,00,000 (only one Lakhs Indian Rupees) will be made available on receipt of payment of non-refundable fee. The RFQ will be available for purchase until January 19, 2024.
Interested parties are requested to email details of payment made for purchase of RFQ to [email protected]. Not only this, they have also made it clear that the RFQ documents will be shared only after confirmation of payment of non-refundable RFQ fee. It is very important for the party wishing to submit a bid to purchase the RFQ. Anyone who does not purchase the RFQ will not be able to bid. One thing has also been made clear that mere purchase of RFQ will not entitle a person to bid.
Attention of interested parties is invited to Annexure B which details certain brand categories in which interested parties may not bid. BCCI reserves the right to cancel or modify the bidding process at any stage without assigning any reason.
WPL tournament will start in February: Jay Shah
BCCI Secretary Jay Shah told the reporter after the auction, ‘The Women’s Premier League tournament will start from February and if we talk about the venue, it will be played only in one state. It is very important for us to have figures this time. We have Bengaluru and Uttar Pradesh also. There are many states where we can host this great tournament. We also have Gujarat, Ahmedabad, Rajkot and after a few years, Vadodara also.
Many great players were bid for in the Women’s Premier League 2024 auction. The final of the previous edition was won by Mumbai Indians. The team performed very well under the captaincy of Harmanpreet Kaur.