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Asia Cricket Cup 2022 Prize Money Breakdown | Winner Will Take Home $200,000

One of the most anticipated tournament will be on its way as the schedule and event confirmed. Sri Lanka is to host the event in United Arab Emirates instead of their home soil because of severe political crisis. The squads and sponsors details for the event also disclosed. Here are the complete details about the Asia Cricket Cup prize money for the 2022 season.

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Asia Cricket Cup 2022 Prize Money

Asia Cup is scheduled to be played between August 27 and September 11. There is a great increment in the total prize money of the Asia Cup as sponsors have found increase in their worth. India is the defending champion as they have won 2018 Asia Cup under the captaincy of Rohit Sharma.

Winner’s Share | The winner of the 2022 tournament will pocket a whopping prize money share of $200,000. This amount is far more than the previous one which is mere $60,000. Moreover, there are some undisclosed bonuses as well as for the winner.

Runner Up | The runner up of the tournament will receive the prize money share of $100,000 for the event. In the previous tournament, the 2nd finalist Bangladesh has pocketed $30,000.

Pakistan vs India

The arch rivals’ match Pakistan vs India will be on August 28 as the fans are eager to watch them again after 2021 world cup. All eyes are on India to see how can they managed a comeback. On the other hand, Pakistan is looking in a great touch under the captaincy of Babar Azam and is looking to carry the momentum. There are possible chances of 3 contests between India and Pakistan.

All these are the details about the Aisa Cricket Cup 2022 prize money. If there is any change in the details, we will make them available on the site. Stay tuned for more information!

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