In ICC’s new financing model, BCCI is expected to generate US$ 230 million each year. In the 2024-27 cycle, BCCI is expect to earn 38.5% of annual earnings.
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is expect to earn 38.5% of yearly earnings in the 2024-27 cycle, according to the ICC’s revised financial model. Notably, the revenue allocation model predicts that the ICC would receive US$ 600 million. The main cricket board in India likely to grab a greater slice of the pie than the other boards.
The BCCI is expect to gain US$ 230 million per year of the ICC earnings under the new model in the future cycle. The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) and Cricket Australia (CA) might gain US$ 41.33 million (or 6.89%) and US$ 37.53 million, respectively, in comparison to the other two big sharks.
In terms of total annual revenue, the ICC earns more than US$ 3.2 billion alone through the sale of media rights. The majority of the media rights are from the Indian market. Where Disney Star spent more than US$ 3 billion for four years. In addition to the ‘Big Three’ (BCCI, CA, and ECB), the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) is expect to collect more than US$ 30 million from the remaining nine Full Members.
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BCCI close to aggregating Billion-dollar figure
According to the ICC’s current forecasts, the BCCI will receive approximately US$ 924 million in the new cycle. However, if the ICC’s overall earnings increase enough, the cricket board may be able to surpass the billion-dollar mark.
This ultimately means that the BCCI would earn 82% more than the ECB, which will only receive US$ 165 million in the 2024-27 period. The new recommended approach by the ICC has yet to be implement because Full Members have not yet provided feedback on it. Assuming the agreement is finalize, there may be a drop in broadcast rights values for certain nations on the Full Member list.
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