Chinese Sponsorship in IPL Cricket 2020
BCCI gets Rs 440 crore every year from the Chinese mobile brand Vivo. It is the main sponsor of the Indian cricket league. With IPL, Vivo has a five-year bargain that closes in 2022.
BCCI will talk in a meeting and take a final decision after a detailed discussion about the Chinese sponsorship in IPL. They have decided that it would be taken “to the greatest advantage of cricket and nation.” This agenda has been taken in the board’s next IPL survey meeting.
As per a report by news office ANI, a BCCI source has uncovered that the cricket administering body is investigating. It is investigating every single other issue with respect to the subject. And that the establishments would likewise hear the opportunity to put their point of view.
“As of now, no date has been decided for the IPL review meeting. There are other issues that BCCI is looking into. The franchises are entitled to their opinion. We will make a decision which will be in the best interest of cricket and country. The meeting will take place once we work on all surrounding issues of IPL,” the news agency quoted the source.
The call to quit utilizing Chinese items has been noticeable all around. Since the time Prime Minister Narendra Modi asked Indians to become atmanirbhar (confident) and use ‘Made in India’ items. Be that as it may, with Indian and Chinese soldiers in a stalemate at the outskirt district in Ladakh. This has brought about the killing of 20 Indian fighters, hostile to China slant has gotten most grounded.
BCCI gets at sum of Rs 440 crore from Vivo every year
In the meantime, the BCCI gets a total amount of Rs 440 crore from Vivo every year.
One of the other Chinese mobile brands, Oppo, was one of the key supporters of the Indian cricket crew. The tenure was till September a year ago when Bengaluru-based instructive innovation firm Byju’s swapped the mobile brand.
In any case, simultaneously, the BCCI treasurer Arun Dhumal had educated. The world’s most extravagant cricket body was not going to end its relationship with the Chinese brand.