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Google and Amazon ‘pick up IPL rights bidding documents’

Auser checks the Dream11 application of the IPL on his mobile phone in New Delhi (Photo by SAJJAD HUSSAIN/AFP via Getty Images)

Global tech firms Google and Amazon, India's biggest media groups, and other international broadcasters have picked up the bidding documents for the upcoming Indian Premier League rights auction, Bloomberg reports.

The tender process was launched by the Board of Control for Cricket in India at the end of March, with interested parties required to acquire bidding documents at a non-refundable cost of INR2.5m (€30,000/$33,000).

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