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So many crores of rupees are spent per second on India vs Pakistan match, this big match will take place today

Sagar Patel

By Sagar Patel

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This is the first time in history that the T-20 Cricket Cup is being organized in America. Companies around the world are spending money on advertising for the upcoming cricket match between India and Pakistan to be held in the United States. The two countries will play the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup on June 9 at the Nassau County International Cricket Stadium in New York, built in three months using modular stands from the Formula 1 Grand Prix Arena in Las Vegas. This tournament is being played for the first time in America and the matches will also be played in the Caribbean countries.

This match is also important because Pakistan had to face a crushing defeat at the hands of the United States on Thursday, which is very important for the host country, which is playing in its first World Cup and is ranked 18th in the world after Nepal and the United Arab Emirates. But it is.

In this way excellent advertising profits will be obtained.

Advertisement spots for media reports can be sold for up to Rs 40 lakh ($48,000) for 10 seconds. Although this is not something new. The India-Pakistan game is always premium. A 10-second slot for Indian sports will generate around Rs 2 crore on an average. In comparison, during the 2022 Football World Cup in the UK, $6.5 million was spent for 30 seconds of a Super Bowl ad, or around Rs 54 crore. It is said that approximately $5,11,000 i.e. approximately Rs 38 crore will be spent on 30 seconds of advertisement.

This great competition will take place today

Multinational companies such as Emirates Group, Saudi Aramco and Coca-Cola Company are among the companies sponsoring this month-long tournament. The matches are also scheduled to coincide with the maximum number of spectators in South Asian countries. For example, the India-Pakistan match will be played on Sunday at 10:30 am in New York, while in India it will be in the afternoon.

Sagar Patel

Sagar Patel

I am Sagar Patel, specializing in business news reporting. With a keen focus on economic trends, market analysis, and corporate developments,

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