T20 WC Prize Money: There is a discussion all around about the T20 World Cup 2022. Cricket lovers are looking very excited about this ICC event starting from 16 October. The current T20 champion is Australia. Australia won the T20 World Cup played in the year 2021. This time the T20 World Cup will be played on Australian soil.
Australia will once again try to defend its title. This time it has been disclosed about how much prize money will be given to the team that wins the final of the T20 World Cup. Let us know how much difference there will be in the prize money of the IPL champion and the team that becomes the champion in the T20 World Cup.
T20 World Cup winning team will get this amount
This time the winner of T20 World Cup 2022 will be given $ 1.6 million i.e. about Rs 13.05 crore. Apart from this, $ 800,000 (about Rs 6.52 crore) will be given to the runner up team. The total prize money for the T20 World Cup 2022 has been kept at $ 5.6 million (Rs 45.68 crore).
At the same time, talking about the IPL winner, the team that won the IPL title last time was given an amount of Rs 20 crore. This amount is about 7 crores more than the amount received by the team that won the T20 World Cup. At the same time, the run-up team of T20 World Cup will be given around Rs 6.52 crore as prize money. The runner up team of the T20 world will also be given around Rs 7 crore less than the IPL runner up team.
Prize money for the rest of the teams in the T20 World Cup
The losing teams in the semi-finals of the T20 World Cup will be given about Rs 3.26 crore. At the same time, 6.5 crores were given to the losing team in the IPL qualifiers and eliminator.
A total of eight teams will be out of the Super-12. $ 70,000 (about Rs 57.08 lakh) will be given to all the teams that are eliminated from the Super-12. In this, a total of Rs 4.55 crore of prize money will be spent.
Let us tell you that a total of 30 matches will be played in Super-12. In this, the team winning each match will be given $ 40,000 (about Rs 32.63 lakh). In this, a total of Rs 3.90 crores of prize money will be spent.
Qualifier matches will be played before Super-12. Namibia, Netherlands, UAE, Sri Lanka, Ireland, West Indies, Scotland and Zimbabwe will see a total of eight teams in these matches, with four teams qualifying for the T20 World Cup. Out of these, the four teams that will be eliminated will be given $ 40,000 (about Rs 32.63 lakh). At the same time, the winning teams in the first round will also be given $ 40,000 (about Rs 32.63 lakh).