T20 World Cup: ICC announces 5.6 Million Prize money

After much patience, T20 Men’s World Cup is here, and what an iconic celebratory start from Jatinder Singh. Although Shikhar Dhawan is not physically present or involved in the ongoing T20 World Cup for India he is without a doubt in spirits.

T20 World Cup: Tournament opener between Oman VS Papa New Guinea (PNG)

Thigh- five celebrations from Jatinder Singh after the catch was a moment of surprise for the Indian cricket fans. During the marquee event opener between Oman VS Papa New Guinea (PNG) the Ludhiana batter, Jatinder was fielding.

In the comfortable 10 wicket victory Omani cricketer, Jatinder Singh played a crucial role. He would then go on to guide Oman to the finish line, beating 73 off 42 balls.

Oman captain and left-handed batsman Zeeshan Maqsood opted to ball and put PNG first to bat, having won the toss. Despite the early shake off Allah and Charles Amini help guide PNG, back to track. Both of them were able to score 56 and 37. That’s when quick wickets came in to play.

Truth be told the skipper Zeeshan Maqsood did most of the damage himself by finishing at the score of 4/20. Oman pacers Bilal Khan and Kaleemullah collected two wickets each. With six overs to spare Jatinder Singh and his fellow opener, Aqib Ilyas cruise down the 130-run target while the PNG finished at 129/9.

To be honest, we expected nothing less from the marquee event openers. This exciting opening game has delivered all the right notion plus a nostalgic moment for the Indian cricket fans. So, it is safe to say that every one of them is ready to fight tooth and nail to take the grand title (T20 World Cup champions) home.

International Cricket Council (ICC) announces Prize money.

Almost a week before the International Cricket Council (ICC) announced the prize money for the winner of 2021 Men’s T20 World Cup. Prize money for the marquee event looks like:

Winner1$ 1,600,000$ 1,600,000
Runners-Up1$ 800,000$ 800,000
Losing Semi-finalists2$ 400,000$ 800,000
Round 2 Wins30$ 40,000$ 1,200,000
Round 2 Ext.8$ 70,000$ 560,000
Round 1 Win12$ 40,000$ 480,000
Round 1 Ext.4$ 40,000$ 160,000
 Total  $ 5,600,000

A total of 5.6 million is allocated by the ICC for the participating teams and winners. During the super 12 stages, International Cricket Council will present a bonus amount for every win.

Winner, Runner Up and Losing Semi-finalists.

The winner of the tournament will be awarded a grand cheque of $1.6 million or 12 crores. While the first and only runner-up will take a check of $800,000 home. Next on the board are the two losing semifinalists. Both of the team will get to take $400,000 homes.

Round Two: Super 12 stage

$40,000- $1,200,000 is allocated pot for the 30 matches played during Super 12 stage. $ 70,000 will be awarded to the team that gets knocked out making the total to $560,000.

Round one

The same set is in place for round one victories. In the 12 matches, the participating teams will be rewarded $ 40,000. During this round one, four teams who get knocked out will take home the bonus amount. This brings our total to $5,600,000.

Round one: 8 team participants are:

Bangladesh, Ireland, Namibia, Netherlands, Oman, Papua New Guinea, Scotland, and Sri Lanka.

Whereas, super 12 Stage consists of:

Afghanistan, Australia, England, India, New Zealand, Pakistan, South Africa and West Indies 

Drink Intervals

In addition to all the bonus amount and prize money International Cricket Council (ICC) has announced drink intervals. There will be total of two drink breaks during each and every game. The duration of this break would be two minute and 30 seconds. The drink intervals is scheduled halfway during each innings midpoint mark.

During the announcement, the international cricket council (ICC) made a statement saying,

“The eight teams whose ICC Men’s T20 World Cup campaigns end at that stage will automatically receive $70,000 each, totally $560,000. The same structure is in place for the first-round victories – with $40,000 available to those who win each of the 12 games, amounting to $480,000. The four teams knocked out in the first round will take $40,000 each from an overall $ 160,000.”

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