"The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) and BYJU have chosen to continue their deal on the Indian team's jersey sponsorship," according to the Since Independence report. The BCCI's Apex Council recently approved the arrangement with the Bangalore-based multinational educational technology company. Otherwise, the BYJU agreement would have expired with the current series against Sri Lanka.
"The contract was extended for one additional year. It would have ended after the current series "Since Independence talked with several BCCI members who were aware of the last Apex Council meeting results. In 2019, BYJU took over as a shirt sponsor, replacing Chinese cellphone maker Oppo. The agreement went into force in September 2019.
"BYJU'S will take over all of the current team sponsors, OPPO Mobiles India Private Limited." The BCCI is thrilled to welcome BYJU'S, India's largest education and learning app, as the official Team India sponsor from September 5th, 2019 to March 31st, 2022." In May 2019, the BCCI issued a statement.
BYJU has been giving the BCCI INR 4.61 crore for a paired game and Rs 1.56 crore for an international match since acquiring the sponsor rights from Oppo. Since Independence inquired about the development with BYJU officials and promoters. They did not respond fast, but a BCCI office confirmed the extent.
Meanwhile, the Apex Council meeting on March 3 approved a resolution reaffirming the scheduling of the five-match Twenty20 series against South Africa, which will be played at home in June, stating that "in June, the BCCI will host South Africa for five Twenty20 Internationals." Cuttack, Vizag, Trivandrum, and Mohali have all lost out on hosting T20Is due to the BCCI's rotation system. However, the following cities will host the following series, according to the rotation strategy: Chennai, Bengaluru, Nagpur, Rajkot, and Delhi.
"Mohali and Bengaluru are both hosting a Test match in the current series against Sri Lanka, while Trivandrum (KCA) has sought a match in the September-October window due to rain in June." As a result, we are asking the following locations for the next home series against South Africa: Cuttack, Vizag, Delhi, Rajkot, and Chennai. Since Independence reported these venues on March 3rd.
"The venues that are absent - Trivandrum, Mohali, Bengaluru, and Nagpur - will be rectified within the next home series during the September-October window," the Apex Council resolution stated.