The prize amount for the Men’s Cricket World Cup will also set the standard for women’s sports cricket. The International Cricket Council (ICC) has declared the prize money for winners of the coming men’s World Cup 2023. Starting on October 5 and running until November 19 World Cup 2023 will span 48 matches at 10 venues.
Four teams from the top be able to qualify for the semi-finals. The international cricket body has also announced the prize for runners-up as well as the semi-finalists. Who lost to teams that were eliminated at an elimination match? The winners of each game in the group stage of the much-anticipated tournament.
ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 Prize Money:
Before starting the World Cup, each team will be playing two warm-up matches to prepare for the tournament lasting 46 days. As per augustman dot com the winners of each group stage game will receive Rs 6,65,01,680 ($800,000). Rs 83,17,710 ($100,000) and 3325,242 ($40,000).
A total of 10 teams will compete in the race to take home the World Cup 2023 trophy in the tournament. Five games to anticipate in the group stage include India and Pakistan (October 14, 2014). India vs. England (October 29), England vs. Australia (November 4). England vs. New Zealand (October 5) and Afghanistan against Pakistan (October 23).
Sri Lanka and the Netherlands had to fight it out during the Qualifier games. It was played in July and June this year to qualify for the World Cup. Which will be played on November 15, in Mumbai as well as on the 16th of November in Kolkata.
ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 Prize Money Distribution:
ICC men’s World Cup 2023 winner will receive a sum of Rs 33,25,084,4000 ($4 million). While the runner-up in the tournament will earn 16,62,54200 ($2 million). The semi-finalists who failed to make it through. Six teams will be eliminated at the end of the group stage.
In addition, the ICC will award cash prizes of a staggering $8313,10,500 ($10 million). Teams in both women’s and men’s cricket will also get the same amount of money. For winning every game in the corresponding World Cups.
India is eligible for the tournament due to being the host nation. New Zealand, England, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Afghanistan as well as South Africa progressed from the Super League. Reserve days are there for Final matches and semi-final matches.
|Category||Prize Cash (in the form of Rs.)||prize money (in dollars)|
|Winner||Rs 33,25,08,4000||$4 million|
|Runner-Up||Rs 16,62,54,200||$2 million|
|Losing semi-finalists||Rs 6,65,01,680||$800,000|
|Teams eliminated after the group stage||Rs 83,12,710||$100,000|
|Winners of matches in the group stage||Rs 33,25,242||$40,000|