“I can confirm that Unacademy has shown interest and picked the bid papers. I have heard they will be submitting a bid and are pretty serious. So Patanjali if they bid, will have competition,” a senior BCCI official instructed PTI.
In case you’re out of the loop, BCCI invited manufacturers to specific their curiosity in buying the title sponsorship rights for IPL 2020 earlier this week. The final date to specific curiosity is tomorrow (August 14). The deadline for submitting the ultimate bid is August 18.
While Vivo initially paid 440 crores yearly as a part of its deal, BCCI now evaluates title sponsorship rights someplace between Rs 300 to 350 crores. This is for a interval of 4 months and 13 days. IPL 2020 will happen within the UAE from September 19 to November 10.
“Unlike some of the other Edu-Tech apps, Unacademy has 100 percent Indian investment. And four and half months is the perfect time to get associated with a brand like IPL and broaden their horizons in terms of brand outreach,” stated one supply near the event.
Also, it’s price noting that Unacademy is a part of IPL’s central sponsorship, similar to different manufacturers corresponding to Dream11 and Paytm. What differentiates central sponsorship from title sponsorship is that the previous doesn’t embody jersey rights. Also, title sponsors get unique advertising and marketing alternatives.