Pro Kabaddi League 2018 Official Prize Money Amount- Pro Kabaddi League season 6 is about to begin and the hype is continuously increasing as the countdown begins. Pro Kabaddi is one of the most watched yearly sports event in India and this year Pro Kabaddi’s viewership is expected to go even further.

Pro Kabaddi League is one of the most profitable and cash-rich domestic Indian tournament. Started in 2014, PKL has sure made an epic journey so far and have reached new heights of success in terms of fan following, fame, financially and just in everything.

Pro Kabaddi has successfully completed 5 seasons and now the 6th season of PKL 2018 is about to start from October 5, 2018. Pro Kabaddi League touched new heights in PKL 2018 auctions as well. This year records the bidding of over Rs 1 Crores for many players.

Monu Goyat being the costliest player in PKL history who is being acquired by Haryana Steelers for a crazy amount of Rs. 1.51 Crores.

The Prize money for the Pro Kabaddi League is also expected to be increased as to match the abilities of the finest players currently in PKL.

Although the prize money was improved by a great margin in the Pro Kabaddi League 2017 but it could still go up this season according to experts.

Prize Money
Pro Kabaddi League 2017 Prize money= Rs. 8 Crore

Last season the Pro Kabaddi League offical prize money amount was increased to Rs. 8 Crores. The Prize money for the winners is also increased from Rs. 1 Crore to Rs. 3 crores, wow thrice as much, Pro Kabaddi must be doing good. The prize money for the runner-ups was also improved to Rs. 1.8 Crores and the third place was given Rs. 1.2 Crores.

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The Most Valued Player prize money of the PKL season 5 was increased to Rs. 15 lakhs and the prize money for Best Raider and Best Defender was also increased from 5 lakhs to Rs. 10 Lakhs each.

This year the money flowing in for top players has already broken all records in the Pro Kabaddi League auctions for the most expensive bid for kabaddi players went to 1.5 Crore.

Although, uncertain now but the Pro Kabaddi League 2018 Official Prize Money amount is expected to raise to atleast Rs. 10 Crores. So, with this much prize money on line we can expect to see some even more tough competition than last year.

We are ready for it. To see our favorite players competing once again as the PKL season 6 starts on October 5. Stay connected with us as we will keep you updated with all the Pro Kabaddi League 2018 latest updates.

 

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