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Chinese Vivo has been replaced by Tata, the new sponsor of IPL, now a domestic company

New Delhi: IPL 2022 will see large adjustments. Title sponsoring cellular firm Vivo has withdrawn from league sponsorship. Tata Group has changed Vivo as the brand new title sponsor, in response to info from the lately launched IPL Governing Council assembly. Brijesh Patel, chairman of the IPL Governing Council, confirmed the matter.

The upcoming season i.e. IPL 2022 will likely be referred to as Tata IPL. BCCI will earn solely Rs 440 crore by transferring this proper. Brijesh Patel mentioned Vivo had requested the switch of rights, which was handed by the board of administrators.

Vivo nonetheless had two years of sponsorship left. After the switch, Tata will sponsor the IPL for a very long time. Vivo purchased the title sponsorship for the IPL in 2018 for Rs 440 crore yearly. The deal was postponed for the IPL 2020 season as a result of Indo-China border stalemate.

Vivo signed an IPL title sponsorship deal price Rs 2,190 crore for 5 years from 2018 to 2022. The main smartphone model returns to sponsor IPL 2021 after shedding its sponsorship rights to Dream 11 in 2020 as a result of Indo-China stalemate. Nevertheless, the corporate has determined to rent out of the IPL once more.

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The Vivo model has now handed over the IPL rights to Tata. Any more, ‘Vivo IPL’ will likely be referred to as ‘Tata IPL’. Dream11 was the IPL title sponsor after Vivo left in 2020. They signed a sponsorship deal price Rs 222 crore. IPL 2020 was performed in UAE resulting from Corona.

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