The Women’s IPL 2023 auction will be held on January 25 in Mumbai and we have the list of companies that are eligible to participate in the WIPL auctions. There will be a total of 30 companies that will participate in the WIPL 2023 auctions cometh the day. These companies purchased the Invitation to Tender (ITT) and are eligible to bid for Women’s IPL teams. It is noteworthy that not all companies that have purchased the WIPL ITT will be present for the bidding process

All the IPL franchises have also bought the ITT and are expected to lead the WIPL 2023 bidding race. The rest of the eligible bidders are new to the sporting league’s arena. The list of all the 30 companies that have bought the ITT and are eligible to participate in the bidding process is given below. 

  • Haldiram
  • APL Apollo
  • AW Katkuri Group
  • Nilgiri Group
  • Shriram Group
  • India Cements (CSK)
  • JK Cement
  • Chettinad Cement
  • Adani Group
  • Capri Global
  • JSW Group (Joint Owners of Delhi Capitals)
  • GMR Group (Joint Owners of Delhi Capitals)

The ITT for WIPL 2023 will close in January 21 and the full list of companies will be released after that. 

The BCCI recently sold the WIPL 2023 media rights to Viacom 18 for a whopping INR 950 crores for the 2023-27 cycle. The BCCI will generate INR 125 crores as revenue from the broadcaster in the first season followed by INR 162.15 crores in the subsequent years. 

The team finishing 1st in Women’s IPL 2023 will receive INR 28.80 crores in the first season as per BCCI’s central revenue share policy. Teams finishing 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th will receive INR 27.20 crores, INR 26.33 crores, INR 25.45 crores and INR 24.57 crores respectively. In consecutive years, BCCI will increase the revenue share of the teams.