Huge loss to IPL, in second week…

IPL 2022: Indian Premier League i.e. IPL is considered as the festival of India. Every year when this league starts, people like to watch it with great interest. Everyone wants to enjoy watching interesting matches happening in IPL. Due to which the viewership of IPL is also amazing. However this has not happened this year. There has been a significant drop in the viewership of the second week of IPL 2022. This rich cash Indian Premier League was started from 26 March.

33 percent drop in IPL viewership

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Let us tell you that in the second week of the 15th edition of the IPL, there has been a huge drop in the viewership of the IPL. According to the report, there has been a 33 percent drop in the number of viewership in the second week. Which is quite surprising.

According to a report by BARC, the IPL’s royalty in the first week of IPL 2022 was 3.57 million, while in the second week it was only 2.52 million. It is worth noting that, this time only in the match played between season opener Chennai Super Kings and Kolkata Knight Riders and in the match of Punjab Kings vs RCB, the number of users who watched more than 100 million was crossed. BARC ie Television Viewership Monitoring Agency counts users who have watched IPL on TV for more than a minute.

KKR are the table toppers at the moment

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King Khan in IPL 2022 Kolkata Knight Riders Has impressed the most this season so far. During the auction, KKR had roped in some good players. Due to which now the team of KKR is showing tremendous performance this season.

Kolkata Knight Riders have played 3 matches so far this season, out of which KKR remain on the first position in the points table by winning 2 matches. The new captain of the team, Shreyas Iyer has done a great captaincy. Under his captaincy, the team’s game is flourishing further. Also, with the arrival of Australian player Pat Cummins, now the team is looking stronger. However, the next match of Kolkata Knight Riders is on April 10 against Delhi Capitals.