IPL 2022: Crowd occupancy increased from 25 Percent to 50 Percent

The state government had initially allowed 25 per cent crowds at all four venues.

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Good news for cricket fanatics in India. The crowd capacity for the Indian Premier League 2022, according to the BookMyShow, will be increased from 25 per cent to 50 per cent from April 6.

The 15th edition of cash-grab T20 league cricket tournament is being played in Maharashtra, with four venues hosting the matches.

The Maharashtra government had initially allowed 25 per cent crowds at all four venues.

“Ticket sales for the next set of matches are live even as the BCCI has announced an increase in stadium occupancy to 50 per cent, which was earlier capped at 25 per cent thereby extending the opportunity for many more fans across India and beyond to experience the IPL action live in the stadia,” said Bookmyshow in a media release.

Boomyshow also announced that the sales for Phase 2 of the IPL 2022 matches were going live on their official website. Fans will now be able to book their tickets for matches starting with the clash between Kolkata Knight Riders and Mumbai Indians on April 6 at the MCA Stadium in Pune until the clash between Delhi Capitals and Punjab Kings on April 20 at the same venue.

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