Hindustan government imposes ban on 59 Chinese apps, knowing IPL changed title sponsor

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is fully prepared for the IPL 2020. During this time, BCCI has distanced itself from Chinese mobile company Vivo as the title sponsor of IPL season 13.

In fact, recently, the Chinese government had banned 59 Chinese apps on the India and China conflict. Vivo has been sponsoring such IPL for many years and it was not acceptable for a Chinese company to sponsor the biggest league of Indian cricket.

The audience opposed the subject and finally the BCCI had to accept the fans. In the BCCI Board meeting held on Wednesday, Vivo was removed from the IPL title sponsor. In such a big question comes out, which company will finally sponsor IPL 2020. However, in this race many companies are engaged in presenting their respective contests.

Significantly, as soon as the BCCI officially confirmed the removal of Vivo as an IPL title sponsor, only then many companies and the BCCI itself have started looking for a new title sponsor. Although the BCCI may have to bear a huge loss after the news was removed from Vivo’s title sponsor, the Cricket Board of India has tightened up and agreed to an agreement of up to Rs 180 crore from other title sponsor companies. Have made up my mind to give. However, it is also being said that Vivo may return as an IPL title sponsor next year.

According to the sources, the list of new title sponsors of the IPL is very long, in which Team India’s jersey sponsor company Byjuz (BYJU’S), My Circle 11 (MYCIRCLE11), Amazon (AMAZON), Dream XI (DREAM11) and Unacademy (UNACADEMY) ) Are included. However, in the race for IPL title sponsor, Byjuj and Dream XI are considered to be at the forefront, as both these companies are already associated with BCCI. On one hand, Byjuz paid a huge amount of Rs 1079 crore to the board as Team India’s jersey sponsorship. So on the other hand, Dream XI is the second official partner of the Indian Premier League (IPL), which contracts with the BCCI by paying an amount of 40 crores every season.


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