Network18 : Digital Rights of IPL 2023-27

A good portfolio bet.

While Disney Star retained their Indian sub-continent TV rights, the most sought-after India digital rights deal was acquired by the Reliance-backed Viacom18 at a whopping Rs 48,390 crore (Rs 143.34 crore per match),
which also won the non-exclusive Package C.

Package D with a base price of Rs 3 crore per game with overseas TV and Digital Rights on offer was sold to Viacom18 and Times Internet.

The digital platform has a wider reach than TV streaming rights given the fact that 12 nations are covered under ICC provide. This gives TV18 and its overseas partner Viacom to reach over 3 Billion subscribers, which is mind-blowing.

Technically, on a weekly time frame, a prominent Pin Bar emerged. If the price trades above the high of the pin bat, more likely the stock would deliver 33%+ returns in a short term (Say 1-2 quarters)


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