The International Cricket Council (ICC) has announced the prize money breakdown for the 13th edition of the Men’s Cricket World Cup, set to be the largest in the tournament’s history. The ten participating teams will compete for a total prize pot of US$10 million, with the winners taking home a hefty sum of US$4 million along with the coveted trophy.
The tournament, which is scheduled to take place across ten venues from October 5th to November 19th, will follow a round-robin format. Each team will play against every other team once, and the top four teams will advance to the semi-finals.
Prize Money for ODI World Cup 2023
The ICC has introduced a unique incentive in this edition of the World Cup, where teams will receive US$40,000 for each league match won. This move is expected to intensify the competition during the group stages and ensure thrilling cricketing action for fans worldwide.
The runners-up of the tournament will receive US$2 million, while the two losing semi-finalists will each be awarded US$800,000. The six teams that do not qualify for the semi-finals will not leave empty-handed either, as they will receive a consolation payment of US$100,000 each.
The prize money allocation for the ODI World Cup 2023 is as follows: the winner will receive US$4 million, the runner-up will get US$2 million, the losing semi-finalists will each receive US$800,000, and the teams eliminated after the group stage will each get US$100,000. Additionally, there is a provision of US$40,000 for each group stage match win, totaling up to US$1.8 million.
The grand finale of the tournament will take place at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad on November 19th, where the winning team will lift the trophy and claim the largest share of the prize money.
|Stage||Rate US$||Total US$|
|Losing Semi-Finalist (2)||800,000||1,600,000|
|Teams eliminated after group stage (6)||100,000||600,000|
|Winner of each group stage match (45)||40,000||1,800,000|