ICC announces for Men Cricket World Cup 2023 prize money
ICC announces Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023 prize money
- ICC announced the prize money for the upcoming Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023
- The international cricket body also announced the prize money for the runner-up, the losing semi-finalist, teams eliminated after the group stage, as well as the winner of each group stage match
- Beginning from October 5 and lasting till November 19, World Cup 2023 will span 48 matches across 10 venues
The International Cricket Council (ICC) has reported the award ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023 prize money for the champ of the impending Men's Reality Cup 2023. The worldwide cricket body additionally declared the award cash for the second place, the terrible semi-finalist, groups killed after the gathering stage, as well as the victor of each gathering stage match of the much-anticipated competition.
ICC Men’s World Cup 2023 winner will get Rs 33,25,08,4000 ($4 million) whereas the runner-up of the tournament will fetch Rs 16,62,54,200 ($2 million). The losing semi-finalist, six teams eliminated after group stage, and the winner of each group stage match will get Rs 6,65,01,680 ($800,000), Rs 83,17,710 ($100,000), and Rs 33,25,242 ($40,000). With this, the ICC will give out cash prizes worth a whopping Rs 83,13,10,500 ($10 million).
The announcement of the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023 prize money will also set a precedent for women’s cricket. In July this year, the ICC announced equal prize money for men’s and women’s World Cup tournaments. Teams across men’s and women’s cricket will also receive the same amount for winning each game at corresponding World Cups.
Beginning from October 5 and enduring till November 19, World Cup 2023 will length 48 matches across 10 scenes. Before the World Cup, each gathering will play two warm-up matches to plan for the 46-day-long rivalry. Five matches to expect in the Get-together stage are India versus Pakistan (October 14), India versus England (October 29), England versus Australia (November 4), England versus New Zealand (October 5), and Afghanistan versus Pakistan (October 23).
Complete 10 groups will be competing for the World Cup 2023 prize in the competition. India is equipped for the competition since it is the host country. New Zealand, Britain, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Afghanistan, and South Africa advanced from the Super Association. Sri Lanka and Netherlands needed to fight it out in the Qualifier matches held in June and July this year to advance to the World Cup.
The main four groups will fit the bill for the semi-finals to be played on November 15 in Mumbai and on November 16 in Kolkata. Semi-finals and the last matches will have hold days.