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Royal Challengers Bangalore unveil new logo for Women’s Premier League

The Royal Challengers Sports Pvt. Ltd. was one of five corporations to get a team in the long-awaited Women’s Premier League’s debut season. Following that, the franchise moved to social media to reveal their brand-new logo for the forthcoming season.

They preserved the red and gold colour scheme but added a graphic of the feminine gender symbol to their emblem.



Notably, the club invested INR 901 crore to acquire and run a team in the new league. Meanwhile, the Adani Group paid INR 1289 crore for the Ahmedabad franchise, Mumbai Indians paid INR 912 crore for a team, JSW paid INR 810 crore for the Delhi team, and Capri Global paid INR 757 crore for the Lucknow franchise.

“Today is a historic day in cricket since the bidding for the first #WIPL teams shattered the records set by the inaugural Men’s IPL in 2008!” Congratulations to the victors, as we received a total offer of Rs. 4669.99 Cr,” BCCI secretary Jay Shah posted on Twitter.

“This represents the beginning of a revolution in women’s cricket and lays the way for a revolutionary path ahead not just for our women cricketers but for the whole sports fraternity. The #WIPL will bring about required improvements in women’s cricket while also ensuring an all-encompassing environment that benefits all stakeholders,” the 34-year-old remarked. Meanwhile, Viacom 18 Media Private Limited has purchased the media rights to the Women’s Premier League for the first five years for a total of INR 951 crores.