IPL media rights sold for record-breaking dealon June 14, 2022 at 2:20 pm

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The IPL television rights are retained by Disney-owned Star Sports for the Indian subcontinent in a deal worth $3.02 billion (£2.5bn).The IPL television rights are retained by Disney-owned Star Sports for the Indian subcontinent in a deal worth $3.02 billion (£2.5bn).

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