The Lahore Qalandars and the Multan Sultans will face off in the Pakistan Super League (PSL) 2022 championship game, which will be played at the Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore.
Winners would receive Rs80 million in prize money in addition to taking home the trophy at the conclusion of the competition. In addition, Rs32 million will be awarded to the team who comes in second place overall in the competition.
The first-place prize was $500,000, with a second-place prize of $200,000 going to the runner-up in PSL (1-6).”
PKR80,000,000 will be awarded to the winner of the Pakistan Super League, with PKR32,000,000 going to the runner-up, according to a statement issued by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB). The current currency rate is PKR 160 to USD 1.
The honour of being named “Player of the Tournament” is also up for grabs, and the victor will get a monetary prize of Rs3 million in addition to the recognition.
During the course of the competition, 34 “Player of the Match” awards were given out, bringing the total number of awards to 34. There was a total of Rs17 million in prize money to be distributed among the competitors, with each player receiving Rs500,000 in prize money.
Additionally, the PCB will select a “Umpire of the Tournament,” who would be awarded Rs3.5 million in prize money, among other benefits, for his or her efforts.
The top batter, bowler, fielder, wicket-keeper, all-rounder, and young cricketer in the tournament will all receive Rs3.5 million in prize money, with the top batter, bowler, fielder, wicket-keeper, all-rounder, and young cricketer in the tournament each receiving Rs1.5 million.
In addition to the other awards, a “Spirit of Cricket Award” worth Rs3.5 million will be presented during the closing ceremony, in addition to the other awards and recognitions.