Pro Kabaddi Prize Money 2019 : PKL Season 7 Prize Money Revealed for Teams, Raiders And Defenders
Pro Kabaddi 2019 Season 7 Prize Money: Governing council for the ongoing edition of the exhibition league revealed, all top 6 sides to be rewarded.
With the seventh instalment of the marquee Pro Kabaddi League into its business end now with only the semi-finals and final remaining, the clamour for the prestigious and glistening trophy has reached a new magnitude. For the four sides to still find their aspirations of winning the trophy, the ensuing set of fixtures promise to be intriguing, enthralling and extremely arduous with neither leaving no stone unturned to emerge unblemished on Saturday.
And while getting your name ingrained on the trophy and for life in the golden chapters of PKL is enticing enough to leave no stone unturned and punch above your weight, the gargantuan amount unveiled for the winner has added value to emerging as champions. The governing council has shelled out a staggering amount for not just the winners but for all the teams finishing in the top 6 as well, a figure which resonates how successful the league has been over the years.
PKL Prize Money 2019
Pro Kabaddi League 7 Prize Money
Winner Prize Money: Rs.3 crore
Second Place Prize Money: Rs.1.8 crore
Third Place Prize Money: Rs.90 lakh
Fourth Place Prize Money: Rs. 90 lakh
Fifth Place Prize Money: Rs. 45 lakh
Sixth Place Prize Money: Rs. 45 lakh
Apart from this, the league has always announced the prize money to be conferred upon winners of the individual awards with the best players in the league being bestowed with behemoth amounts for their unnerving and unequivocal displays.
Pro Kabaddi League 7 Prize Money For Individual Awards
Most Value Player: Rs.15 lakh
Best Raider: Rs.10 lakh
Best Defender: Rs.10 lakh
Best Debut Player: Rs.8 lakh
Best Male Referee: Rs.3.5 lakh
Best Female Referee: Rs.3.5 lakh
Currently the league is set to throw its doors open to the semi-finals on Wednesday which will see Dabang Delhi K.C. face Bengaluru Bulls which the second semi-final will be between Warriors and U Mumba. Bengaluru Bulls had previously defeated U.P. Yoddha 48-45 in an intriguing first eliminator while U Mumba had bettered Haryana Steelers to make it this far.
The final of the league will be contested on Wednesday with the matches being shown on Star Sports 1/HD in English and Star Sports Hindi/HD in Hindi commentary.