Najam Sethi, the chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), asserted that at the same level of the two franchise events, the Pakistan Super League (PSL) had more digital platform viewers than the Indian Premier League (IPL). More than 150 million people watched PSL on various digital platforms, according to Najam Sethi, who was discussing the performance of the league.
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This is a significant accomplishment for the league. The PCB Chairman also stated that the eighth season of the PSL outperformed last year’s record of more than 130 million viewers of the lucrative Indian Premier League on digital platforms. I inquired about our online rating.
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On TV, Najam Sethi’s program used to have a rating of 0.5, but PSL is currently receiving a rating of over 11. Hence, when it’s finished, it may be 18 or 20,” Sethi noted. According to Najam, PSL also makes a big economic contribution to the nation by fostering job possibilities, fostering tourism, and enhancing the hotel, airline, and travel industries.
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“We have paid Rs. 700 million in taxes to the federal government, Rs. 500 million in sales taxes, and another Rs. 500 million in provincial taxes,” Najam Sethi confessed. Lahore Qalandars successfully defended their title as PSL champions on Saturday after defeating Multan Sultans in a nail-biting finale at the Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore. This was the eighth season of the league.
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