The franchise league started in South Africa in 2023

The franchise league started in South Africa in 2023

The franchise-based T20 league is finally starting in South Africa. The league will be launched in South Africa with six teams from 2023, according to a statement from Cricket South Africa (CSA). The franchise-based T20 league has gained popularity all over the world. BPL, IPL, Big Bash, CPL, PSL are very popular all over the world. However, South Africa has not launched the only franchise-based T20 league. Finally, in January 2023, South Africa will start the first edition of the franchise league with six teams.

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CSA has announced that the tournament will start after the tour of Australia. Although not like the IPL, the CSA said in a statement that it would be remunerated like any other franchise league in the world. So that it can run on par with other leagues except IPL. They also said, Local players from South Africa as well as foreign players have the opportunity to participate in this tournament. Like the IPL or other franchise leagues, a maximum of four foreigners can play in each match. There will be a total of 33 matches in double round robin format. The playoffs will be played with the top three teams in the points list.

From there the two teams will play the final. CSA has also entered into an agreement with Super Sport as a broadcaster. CSA chief executive Fuletes Moseki said a number of local and foreign companies had already approached him to buy the team. Two groups. CSA has also entered into an agreement with Super Sport as a broadcaster. CSA chief executive Fuletes Moseki said a number of local and foreign companies had already approached him to buy the team. Two groups. CSA has also entered into an agreement with Super Sport as a broadcaster. CSA chief executive Fuletes Moseki said a number of local and foreign companies had already approached him to buy the team.

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