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Pro Kabaddi Prize Money (Part 2)

PKL Prize Money: Season 3

Professional Kabaddi League came back with a similar organization, groups and furthermore wound up parting with similar prize cash. 

This was the last period of PKL with Star as the title support and the main investigation of the class beginning in January. 

In spite of the fact that the class saw the third back to back finals appearance by U Mumba, the prevailing victors couldn’t rehash their accomplishment. 

While this was not the first run through Mumba were confronting a Finals upset, it was the start of the most prevailing run in the Pro Kabaddi’s history. 

The Patna Pirates asserted their first title on the rear of Deepak Narwal’s mind-blowing execution in a nail-gnawing Finals finishing at a final score of 31-28.

  • Champ (Patna Pirates): ₹ 1 crore
  • Other participants (U Mumba): ₹ 50 Lakhs
  • Third Place (Puneri Paltan): ₹ 30 Lakhs

Pro Kabaddi Prize Money: Season 4

The fourth period of PKL came sooner than everybody’s desire. 

With Vivo as the new title supporter for the class and a similar eight groups doing combating for the title for the second time around the same time, the competition started on 25th June 2016. 

Following a multi-week occasion, the PKL Finals saw the supreme champs, Patna Pirates being tested by the opening champs, Jaipur Pink Panthers. 

The Patna Pirates made history on 31st July 2016 turning into the solitary consecutive heroes in the historical backdrop of PKL. 

  • Champ (Patna Pirates): ₹ 1 crore 
  • Other participants (Jaipur Pink Panthers): ₹ 50 Lakhs 
  • Third Place: ₹ 30 Lakhs

PKL Prize Money: Season 5

The fifth period of PKL was elating with the expansion of 4 additional groups and a convoluted long competition to follow the equivalent. 

The challenge likewise observed reshuffling of most of the experienced players as the groups were permitted to hold a solitary player in the bartering. 

Actually, 

the occasion saw more than 400 players being marked by the 12 sides for a sum of around 47 crores

Following a 12-week-long class stage

six groups fought out in the end of the season games to go further in the competition. 

On 28th October 2016, 

the Patna Pirates demonstrated its predominance in the Pro Kabaddi League, winning the third continuous title. 

The Pirates accomplished this accomplishment on the rear of Pardeep Narwal’s inexplicable season-finishing with up pulverizing the newcomers Gujarat Fortunegaints 55-38 in the PKL Finals.

Team
WinnerRs 3 crore
Runners-upRs 1.8 crore
Third PlaceRs 1.2 crore
fourth PlaceRs 80 lakh
Fifth PlaceRs 35 lakh
Sixth PlaceRs 35 lakh

Pro Kabaddi Prize Money: Season 6

The sixth period of PKL again observed a similar organization, groups and players doing combating for the title in a season that kept going from seventh October 2018 to fifth January 2019. 

All the 11 groups were visioned at toppling the prevailing Pirates from the royal position

The Bengaluru Bulls asserted their first-ever PKL title in a nail-biter against the supreme other participants Gujarat Fortunegiants. 

The end score read 38-33 on the scoreboard with Bull’s ruling unrivaled.

Team
WinnerRs 3 crore
Runners-upRs 1.8 crore
Third PlaceRs 1.2 crore
fourth PlaceRs 80 lakh
Fifth PlaceRs 35 lakh
Sixth PlaceRs 35 lakh
Individual
Most Valuable PlayerRs 15 lakh
Best raiderRs 10 lakh
Ace defender of PKL 2018Rs 10 lakh
Sports debutant of PKL 2018Rs 8 lakh
Best Referee FemaleRs 3.5 lakh
Best Referee MaleRs 3.5 lakh
  
TotalRs 8 crore

Pro Kabaddi Prize Money: Season 7

The prize cash in the past 2 seasons stayed unaltered with a sum of 8 crores being granted in each season. 

The prize cash for the seventh period of PKL will be known toward the finish of the Finals like each year. 

Despite the fact that fans would expect some ascent in the sum after PKL players are making it to the costliest non-cricket players in India for 2 sequential years. 

Likewise, 

the most costly player in PKL 2018 was Monu Goyat for 1.51 crore which is more than the inevitable prize cash for the third spot in the alliance. 

The association might not have any desire to rehash such a situation.

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