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ICC changes venue for Media rights auction

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The International Cricket Council’s (ICC) media rights auction has been introduced with a twist, and it has to do with the auditors PricewaterhouseCoopers (PWC) and a new location.

According to Cricbuzz, the auditors have left the process, the ICC insists that just the location of the bid submission has changed.

“We have changed the venue where the bids will be accepted. It was the PWC office earlier and now it will be at the ICC headquarters. The change is because the schedule has been changed from August 22 to 26,” the ICC sources in the know of the development told Cricbuzz.

Because the auditors would have maintained the sealed bids in their safe custody after submission on August 22, the PWC office was the initial and original location. Now, that situation is different. The auditors’ withdrawal from the process just a few days before the bids are to be accepted, however, is also a truth. According to ICC sources, the process won’t be impacted by PWC’s departure.

“It’s right. We have engaged with them. They have completed their work of conducting the due diligence. They have submitted their report. Now their work is over,” the ICC sources have said.

Most broadcasters have already reached Dubai ahead of the big submission day. After protests from the participants, the ICC has agreed to change the date to August 26. The venue is ICC headquarters in Dubai Sports City on Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Road. The bids will be submitted before the lawyers.


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