The BCCI sold the IPL media rights for Rs 48,390 crore

Star India won the TV rights, while Viacom18 won the digital rights

BCCI is also eager to grow the IPL, not just financially but also in terms of the number of matches

BCCI increased the number of matches in IPL2022 to 74 with the addition of two new clubs

According to rumors, BCCI plans to increase the number of matches to 94 in the following seasons, with the IPL split into two halves

According to BCCI secretary Jay Shah, such a change might happen in the near future

He also stated that he has received proposals from IPL franchises to play friendly international series

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