Amazon is unlikely to make a bid to stream Indian Premier League cricket matches

(AOF) – is considering pulling out of an appeal for the rights to broadcast Indian Premier League cricket matches, ceding one of the world’s most popular sporting competitions to rivals ranging from Walt Disney Co. to Mukesh Ambani’s Reliance Industries Ltd, Bloomberg and Reuters report. The duties had been estimated at an unprecedented $7.7 billion.


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