The International Cricket Council (ICC) has announced the prize money for the T20 World Cup 2022, and the winner will receive USD 1.6 million. The winner of the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2022, which will be held at Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) on November 13th, will receive USD 1.6 million.
There has been confirmation from the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2022’s governing body that a total of US$5.6 million will be given away as prize money to 16 participating teams. The tournament, which is scheduled to begin on 16th October down under, will see 16 teams taking part.
According to the announcement made by the International Cricket Council (ICC), the champion team will receive prize money of USD 1.6 Million while the underdog team will receive half that amount (USD 0.8 Million).
There was also an announcement that teams that make their way out of the Super 12 round will receive $70,000 as a reward for their efforts. Similarly to the previous year’s T20 World Cup, the Super 12 round will also offer a prize of $40,000 for each win. As part of the Super 12 round, eight teams will be required to return home to their home countries.
T20 World Cup 2022 Prize Money Details
|Winners||1||$ 1,600,000||$ 1,600,000|
|Runners-Up||1||$ 800,000||$ 800,000|
|Losing Semi-finalists||2||$ 400,000||$ 800,000|
|Super 12 Wins||30||$ 40,000||$ 1,200,000|
|Super 12 Exit||8||$ 70,000||$ 560,000|
|First Round Win||12||$ 40,000||$ 480,000|
|First Round Exit||4||$ 40,000||$ 160,000|
Teams for the T20 World Cup 2022
It is expected that 16 teams will compete in the eighth edition of the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup, which is scheduled to take place in Australia this year. While eight teams have directly qualified for the Super 12 round of the competition, the remaining four sides will have to compete in a qualifying round beginning on October 16, in order to qualify for the competition.
The automatic qualifiers are Afghanistan, New Zealand, Australia, England, India, Bangladesh, Pakistan, and South Africa, who will compete in the World Cup. As the qualifying round approaches, Sri Lanka, the Netherlands, Namibia, and the United Arab Emirates in Group A and Scotland, Ireland, West Indies, and Zimbabwe in Group B will compete for a place in the Super 12s and have the chance to qualify for the final.
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