After IPL, India unveils T20 Champions League

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NEW DELHI (AFP) — India will host a multi-nation Champions League Twenty20 competition in October to cash in on the growing popularity of the sport's shortest version, organisers said on Monday.

The tournament, featuring the top domestic T20 teams from seven countries, will be held from October 8-23, Indian Premier League commissioner Lalit Modi said in a statement.

The 12-team event will offer six million dollars as prize money which Modi, who also heads the Champions League, said was the "biggest prize in world cricket at a domestic competition level."


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