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Pro Kabaddi 2021 Starting Date, Latest News about PKL Season 8



Mashal Sports is taken media Right for Pro Kabbadi 2021 Auction. Star Sports is the Broadcaster of the Pro Kabaddi 2021 Auction.

Teams:
Total 12 Teams will take part in the upcoming edition of PKL. Whereas these 12 teams will represent different cities based in India. Patna Pirates is the most successful team in PKL history with Three Titles. While Bengal Warriors are the defending champions of the PKL. They Defeated Bengaluru Bulls in the Previous season finals and win their Major PKL Title. It will be an excitement for Kabaddi fans to see who will win the Upcoming Season Title.

Where to watch, Telecast:
Star Sports Network will provide you with the Live Coverage of PKL Matches. Indian fans can catch live telecasts on Star Sports 1, Star Sports 2, and Star Sports First. Whereas Live Telecast will be available in SD and HD. Hotstar Will provide you with the Online Live Streaming of PKL Matches. PKL is one of the most viewed Kabaddi League, So kabaddi fans get ready to catch another thrilling moment of PKL.

Covid Impact:
The Pro Kabaddi League, is a professional-level Kabaddi league in India. It was launched in 2014 and is broadcast on Star Sports. However, the Season 8 which was scheduled to be held in 2020, was cancelled due to the COVID-19 Pandemic.

Format:
The league's inception was influenced by the popularity of the Kabaddi tournament at the 2006 Asian Games. The format of the competition was influenced by Indian Premier League. The Pro Kabaddi League uses a franchise-based model and its first season was held in 2014 with eight teams each of which having paid fees of up to US$250,000 to join

The Pro Kabaddi League's rules are similar to that of the indoor team version of Kabaddi, but with additional rules to encourage more scoring. Playing two "empty" raids in a row will trigger a "do-or-die raid", where the raider must score a point or they will be declared out. When a defensive side has three or fewer players remaining, tackles are scored as a "Super Tackle", which is worth two points instead of one




Success:
There were doubts over whether the Pro Kabaddi League would be successful, noting that there were many leagues attempting to emulate the IPL's business model and success, and that unlike cricket, there were relatively fewer well-known players in Kabaddi. However, it was also noted that kabaddi was widely played in grassroots community settings, and could thus attract a wide variety of rural and metropolitan viewers for advertisers to target if the league gained significant traction

The inaugural season was seen by 43.5 crore (435 million) viewers, second to the 2014 Indian Premier League's 55.2 crore (552 million), while the first season final between Jaipur Pink Panthers and U-Mumba was watched by 8.64 crore (86.4 million). Star Sports, the Pro Kabaddi League's broadcaster, subsequently announced in 2015 that it would acquire a 74% stake in the league's parent company Mashal Sports

For the 2017 and 2018–19 season, the Pro Kabaddi League added four new teams, and changed its format to split the teams into two divisions known as "zones". Soon the league returned to its regular double round-robin format for the 2019 season

TRP:
As per the available data of the opening two weeks, Star Sports Pro Kabaddi viewership on TV increased by nearly 56% from the 2014 year's viewership. During the inaugural season, viewership was 43.5 crore (435 million) viewers, which was the second in India after the 56 crore (560 million) of IPL viewership. The online viewership also increased 1.3 crore unique visitors, which is 18.5 times than of last year's 7 lakh unique visitors. The third season which was flagged off on 30 January, recorded a surge in viewership with the opening week ratings 36 per cent higher than the week one viewership for its last season

Prize Money:
Prize money for the winner of season 6 was ₹3 crore. The first and second runners-up were awarded ₹1.83 crore and ₹1.2 crore respectively. The consolidated prize money for season 7 is ₹8 crore. The champions of season 7 will bag ₹3 crore while the runners-up will receive ₹1.8 crore. The losing semifinalists will receive ₹90 lakh each and, the fifth and the sixth-placed teams will earn ₹45 lakh

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All Season Winners:

Season 1 2014 Championship : Jaipur Pink Panthers, Runners : U Mumba, Pink Panthers won by 11 points


Season 2 2015 Championship : U Mumba, Runners : Bengaluru Bulls, U Mumba won by 6 points

Season 3 2016 Championship : Patna Pirates, Runners : U Mumba, Patna Pirates won by 3 points

Season 4 2016 Championship: Patna Pirates, Runners : Jaipur Pink Panthers, Patna Pirates won by 8 points

Season 5 2017 Championship : Patna Pirates, Runners : Gujarat Fortunegiants, Patna Pirates won by 17 points


Season 6 2018 Championship : Bengaluru Bulls, Runners : Gujarat Fortunegiants, Bengaluru Bulls won by 5 points


Season 7 2019 Championship : Bengal Warriors, Runners : Dabang Delhi K.C., Bengal Warriors won by 5 points

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