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IPL 2023: Users Blast JioCinema for crashing during the IPL



Users Blast JioCinema for crashing during the IPL

Users Blast JioCinema for crashing during the IPL: JioCinema is coming under fire on social media after users reported app crashes and buffering problems on Day 2.

In the third match of IPL 2023, users were facing their problem and share watching experiences on the new iPL platform in social media.

Users vented out their frustration on social media sharing that the streaming platform has crashed.

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Viacom is providing free streaming of IPL 2023 on its OTT JioCinema after Reliance picked the majority of the IPL broadcasting rights (for 2023–2027) for a total of Rs 23,758 crore.

Disney Star paid Rs 23,575 crore to acquire the television rights for the Indian region. For the first time, the two companies are telecasting the matches across various platforms in India and other regions.

JioCinema tweeted “We regret this issue.” in response to users. This is not the experience we want you to have. To help us resolve this matter, pls DM details of your OS, app version & your mobile no. We appreciate your patience & hope to resolve this at the earliest.” JioCinema’s Twitter account, in some cases, advised users to reinstall the app and give it another shot.

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WPL 2024: 165 Cricketers to go Under Hammer in WPL Auction



WPL 2024 165 Cricketers to go Under Hammer in WPL Auction

WPL 2024 165 Cricketers to go Under Hammer in WPL Auction: On December 9, in Mumbai, there will be a Women’s Premier League (WPL 2024) auction including 165 cricket players. There are 104 Indians, 61 foreign players, and 15 players from partner countries on the list. 109 players are uncapped while 56 are capped.

A maximum of 30 slots are available for each of the five teams, including nine spots for foreign players.

Salary purse available (in INR):

DC – 2.25 crore

GG – 5.95 crore

MI – 2.1 crore

RCB – 3.35 crore

UP – 4 crore

In the top group, with a base price of INR 50 lakh, are Australia’s Kim Garth and West Indies all-rounder Deandra Dottin.

In the meanwhile, Annabel Sutherland (Australia), Amy Jones (England), Shabnim Ismail (South Africa), and Georgia Wareham (Australia) are the four players in the INR 40 lakh group. Meanwhile, the INR 30 lakh category has 30 participants.

The list of capped Indian players are Fulmali Bharti, Veda Krishnamurthy, Mona Meshram, Priya Punia, Punam Raut, S Meghana, Meghana Singh, Devika Vaidya, Nuzhat Parweeb, Sushma Verma, Simran Bahadur, Ekta Bisht, Preeti Bose, Gouher Sultana, Prathyusha Challuru, Monica Patel, Manis Joshi, Anuja Patil, Swagatika Rath, Soni Yadav and Pranavi Chandra.

Gujarat Giants will enter the WPL 2024 auction with the highest purse (INR 5.95 crore), while Mumbai Indians have the lowest sum (INR 2.1 crore)

WPL 2024 Released player’s base price:

Aparna Mondal (INR 10 lakh), Jasia Akhter (INR 10 lakh), Tara Norris (INR 10 lakh), Annabel Sutherland* (INR 40 lakh), Ashwani Kumari (INR 10 lakh), Georgia Wareham* (INR 40 lakh), Hurley Gala (INR 10 lakh), Kim Garth* (INR 50 lakh), Mansi Joshi (INR 30 lakh), Monica Patel (INR 30 lakh), Parunika Sisodia (INR 10 lakh), Sabbineni Meghana (INR 30 lakh), Sushma Verma (INR 30 lakh), Dhara Gujjar (INR 10 lakh), Neelam Bisht (INR 10 lakh), Sonam Yadav (INR 10 lakh), Erin Burns* (INR 30 lakh), Komal Zanzad (INR 10 lakh), Poonam Khemnar (INR 10 lakh), Preeti Bose (INR 30 lakh), Sahana Pawar (INR 10 lakh), Devika Vaidya (INR 30 lakh), Shabnim Ismail* (INR 40 lakh), Shivali Shinde (INR 20 lakh), Simran Shaikh (INR 10 lakh).

WPL 2024 retention list:

A total of 60 players, including 21 overseas cricketers, were retained across five franchises for WPL 2024. 29 players were released from their franchises.

Delhi Capitals (DC):

Alice Capsey, Arundhati Reddy, Jemimah Rodrigues, Jess Jonassen, Laura Harris, Marizanne Kapp, Meg Lanning*, Minnu Mani, Poonam Yadav, Radha Yadav, Shafali Verma, Shikha Pandey, Sneha Deepthi, Taniyaa Bhatia, Titas Sadhu.

Gujarat Giants (GG):

Ashleigh Gardner, Beth Mooney, Dayalan Hemalatha, Harleen Deol, Laura Wolvaardt*, Shabnam Shakil, Sneh Rana, Tanuja Kanwer.

Mumbai Indians (MI):

Amanjot Kaur, Amelia Kerr, Chloe Tryon, Harmanpreet Kaur, Hayley Matthews, Humairaa Kaazi, Isabelle Wong, Jintimani Kalita, Natalie Sciver*, Pooja Vastrakar, Priyanka Bala, Saika Ishaque, Yastika Bhatia.

Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB):

Asha Shobana, Disha Kasat, Ellyse Perry, Heather Knight, Indrani Roy, Kanika Ahuja, Renuka Singh, Richa Ghosh, Shreyanka Patil, Smriti Mandhana, Sophie Devine*.

UP Warriorz (UPW):

Alyssa Healy, Anjali Sarvani, Deepti Sharma, Grace Harris, Kiran Navgire, Lauren Bell, Laxmi Yadav, Parshavi Chopra, Rajeshwari Gayakwad, S. Yashasri, Shweta Sehrawat, Sophie Ecclestone, Tahlia Mcgrath*.


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IPL inaugural Auction: Top 5 Most Expensive Buys



IPL inaugural Auction: Top 5 Most Expensive Buys

IPL inaugural Auction Top 5 Most Expensive Buys: Players like Travis Head, Gerald Coetzee, and Rachin Ravindra might be among the most expensive purchases in IPL history in the IPL 2024 auction in December.

MS DhoniChennai Super Kings$ 1.5 million
Andrew SymondsDeccan Chargers$ 1.35 million
Sanath JayasuriyaMumbai Indians$ 975 thousand
Ishant SharmaKolkata Knight Riders$ 950 thousand
Irfan PathanKings XI Punjab$ 925 thousand

On the other hand, the first IPL auction was a little different. Not even Shane Warne, Ricky Ponting, or Sachin Tendulkar made the list of the most expensive players, despite being part of the auction. When fans found out who the top five purchases from the first IPL auction cost, they were taken aback.

Top 5 most expensive buys IPL Auction:

MS Dhoni:

A year earlier, the Indian captain had guided his side to the 2007 T20 World Cup championship. His selection by the Chennai Super Kings was fortunate for him, since Dhoni has played for CSK in every season since.

Andrew Symonds:

The most priced foreign player in the first auction was the all-rounder. Symonds was acquired by the now-defunct Deccan Chargers, and his salary was just $115,000 less than Dhoni’s.

Sanath Jayasuriya:

The daring first opener was traded to the Mumbai Indians, where he opened with Sachin Tendulkar. With the southpaw scoring over 500 runs in the first edition, MI was hoping for good things with the $975,000 pick.

Ishant Sharma:

The Kolkata Knight Riders selected the towering Indian seamer for an incredible $950,000. Ishant’s first season was not good; in 13 matches, he took only 8 wickets.

Irfan Pathan:

Pathan was one of the most in-demand athletes since he was a top-tier one-day all-around performer. The left-hander played well after being acquired for $925,000 by Kings XI Punjab (formerly known as Punjab Kings), taking 15 wickets in addition to making useful lower-order runs.

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