ODI World Cup 2023 Prize Money: How much will CWC Winner get?
Updated on: Sep 25, 2023 1:04 pm IST
The much-anticipated 2023 ICC ODI Cricket World Cup is just around the corner, and cricket enthusiasts are eager not only for the on-field action but also to know the prize money at stake. The International Cricket Council (ICC) has unveiled the prize money breakdown, offering significant rewards for the deserving teams.
ODI World Cup 2023 Prize Money
The ICC has allocated a total prize money pool of USD 10 million (approximately Rs 83.10 crore) for the 2023 ODI World Cup. Here’s a detailed breakdown of how the prize money will be distributed:
The winner of ODI World Cup 2023 will get USD 4 million (Rs 33.24 crore). The triumphant team that lifts the prestigious World Cup trophy will receive a hefty prize money, making it a significant incentive for teams to give their best on the field.
The team finishing as the runner-up in the tournament will bag USD 2 million (Rs 17 crore). The losing semifinalists will get USD 800,000 each (approximately Rs 6.65 crore).
The winners of each group stage match will get USD 40,000.
The six teams that do not qualify for the semifinals will be awarded USD 100,000 each.
Equal Prize Money for Men’s and Women’s World Cup
A notable aspect of the prize money distribution is that going forward, winning a World Cup in men’s or women’s cricket will come with the same prize money. This progressive move by the ICC emphasizes gender equality and the significance of women’s cricket on the global stage.
As the 2023 ODI World Cup approaches, the stakes are undeniably high, not only in terms of the prestigious trophy but also the substantial prize money at play. The reward system put forth by the ICC is designed to motivate teams to give their best, showcasing their talent and cricketing prowess to a global audience.
Cricket fans around the world eagerly await this highly competitive and thrilling tournament, where teams will battle it out on the field for the ultimate glory and a share of the significant prize money, making it a cricketing event to remember.
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