- Rs 12 crore await World Cup winners
- 6 million rupees for the team that loses in the World Cup final
- 30 lakh for winning teams in Super 12 matches
$ 1.6 million awaits the crown winners. That is around Rs 12 crore. Those who lose in the final will win 6 million rupees. Teams that reach the semi-finals will receive 3 million rupees each. All teams that win Super 12 matches will receive a bonus amount. Each Super 12 winner will get around Rs 30 lakh. A total of Rs 42 million is allocated for all teams.
The ICC pays a fixed amount to the winners and teams of the first round matches. The winners of this round will also receive around Rs 30 lakh. There are eight teams in the competition. The teams are Bangladesh, Ireland, Namibia, the Netherlands, Oman, Papua New Guinea, Scotland and Sri Lanka. Four teams will advance to the Super 12 from the first round.
Teams from Afghanistan, Australia, England, India, New Zealand, Pakistan, South Africa and the West Indies have already qualified for the tournament. The first round matches will be played from October 17 and then the Super 12 matches from October 24. The ICC aims to generate huge advertising revenue from the World Cup. As part of this, there will be two timeouts of 2 minutes and 30 seconds in each match.
Spectators will be allowed entry to the T20 World Cup