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BCCI Unveils T10 League as IPL’s Dynamic Sibling

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In a pioneering development, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is preparing to launch a novel T10 franchise tournament, achieving a significant milestone a decade and a half following the innovative inauguration of the Indian Premier League (IPL). The forthcoming Tier-2 cricket league, expected to commence in 2024, has generated considerable anticipation and enthusiasm among cricket aficionados.

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Guided by BCCI Secretary Jay Shah’s strategic direction, the blueprint for this innovative league is in development, according to Money Control. The board is considering organizing the tournament in the T10 format, acknowledging the broad appeal and potential growth of the shortest version of the game. Nonetheless, the precise format remains unconfirmed. In the midst of eager anticipation, the BCCI is currently making pivotal decisions.

a) T10 or T20

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The board is currently considering whether to move forward with the T10 format or stick to the well-known T20 structure.

b) Player Age Cap

There is an ongoing discussion about whether the league should implement an age limit for players to prevent overshadowing the popularity of the IPL.

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c) Franchise Tender Process

The BCCI is deliberating on whether to conduct a distinct tender process for auctioning franchises in the upcoming league or to grant existing IPL franchises the option of first refusal.

d) Venue Selection

A different choice to consider is whether to establish a permanent location for the tournament in India or to investigate a different venue annually.

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All about BCCI T10 League

Essentially, the prevailing agreements between the BCCI and IPL franchise proprietors afford the latter the initial opportunity to accept or reject any business model resembling the IPL. This contractual provision has the potential to impact the decision-making process significantly. One crucial factor the BCCI must weigh is whether to introduce an age restriction for the upcoming tournament. The concern is that the absence of an age cap could progressively diminish the IPL’s appeal over time. At present, the IPL’s success is attributed to its prime-time scheduling, the involvement of top-notch white-ball cricketers worldwide, and substantial corporate backing.

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