Profit for franchisees
|Revenue||Rajasthan Royals||Chennai SuperKings||Kolkata Knight Riders||Kings XI Punjab||Delhi DareDevils||Mumbai Indians||Royal Challengers Bangalore||Deccan Chargers Hyderabad|
|Expenses||Rajasthan Royals||Chennai SuperKings||Kolkata Knight Riders||Kings XI Punjab||Delhi DareDevils||Mumbai Indians||Royal Challengers Bangalore||Deccan Chargers Hyderabad|
- All figures are in Rs. Crore
- Other incomes include gate receipts, in-stadia advertising, merchandise sales, and media tie-ups
- Other expenses include stadia fees, travel, stay cost and team promotion
- Winners got Rs. 4.8 crore, runner ups got Rs. 2.4 crore
Had tournament been played in india, profit could have been even more as the matches played in Indian stadiums could have generated heigher revenue from ticket sales. Profit was also reduced due to shifting of tournament from India to South Africa which added cost of shifting players, staff etc.
Profit for BCCI
Main income is TV rights for 10 years starting from 2008 sold to WSG (World Sports Group) / Sony for US $1.64 billion (Indian Rs 8,200 crore). Earlier contract was for US $918 million (Indian Rs 4,200 crore). However due to inclusion of BigDTH to show the matches as well the contract was renegotiated. Now Sony will pay Rs 670 crore per year for first four years and Rs. 1,100 crore per year for next five years. Before renegotiation of contract (contract of Indian Rs 4,200 crore) it was Rs. 280 crore/year for first five years and Rs 540 crore for next five years.
Profit for Multy Screen Media (formerly known as Sony Entertainment Television)
IPL Advertisement tariff Rs 4 lakh to 5 lakh / 10 seconds. (It was Rs 2 lakh to 3 lakh / 10 seconds in 2008). Sony has said to be earned above of Rs 400 crore this year as advertisement revenue which was about Rs. 275 crore last year.
Source: IIFL Research