IPL 2022 Auction to be held in Bangalore on Feb 12 & 13


IPL 2022 Auction to be held in Bangalore on Feb 12 & 13

IPL 2022 Auction: The dates of the much anticipated mega auctions of IPL 2022 have been finalized. According to the reports the IPL 2022 auction will be held on February 12 & 13 in Bangalore. The IPL Officials have called each franchise on Thursday to inform them about the confirmed dates of the IPL Auction 2022.

During the calls, the BCCI Officials have also insisted that the schedule of the IPL 2022 Auction is final despite a clash with an international ODI match between India & West Indies. The board has assured the franchise owners that the match will have no effect on the auctions & both can go ahead simultaneously as planned. The second ODI match between India & West Indies is slated for February 12 in Kolkatta.

“It has been clarified to us that the match and auction are two different things and both will go ahead,” a franchise official told Cricbuzz after obtaining clarification from the BCCI. The Official broadcaster of both the events, Stars Sports has been informed about the development & a reply on the same is awaited from Star Sports.

The BCCI has written to International Boards & State Associations to send in the name of the players to be enrolled for the IPL 2022 Auction by January 17. The auction will be held for 10 teams with more than 1000 players being involved in it. Around 200 to 250 players are expected to go under the hammer during the IPL 2022 Auction.

The office bearers have informed the franchises that the formal pre-auction briefing will be held on February 11 & have requested them to be present in Bangalore by the evening that day.

CVC Sports gets a green signal from the BCCI

The most talked-about issue has finally been resolved by the BCCI. The three-member committee that has been set up by the board to enquire about CVC’s links with the betting companies, has given the company a green chit & the board will soon hand over the ‘Letter of Intent’ to the CVC Sports company.

According to the findings, the CVC firm has two betting companies in its portfolio which was not acceptable under BCCI’s laws. However, BCCI brought up CVC’s issues in front of the board in its recent annual general meeting & it has been found that the CVC has two funds European & Asian.

Reportedly the European funds are linked to the betting companies & the firm has invested in their IPL team through Asian funds that don’t have links with any betting companies & thus the firm is clear to hold the Ahmedabad team’s rights.

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