IPL 2022: League welcome players from all over the world

With Bhutan’s first registration for IPL, this season’s auction has players signed in all over the world.

Among the 1214 players signed in for IPL Mega Auctions for the year 2022, more than 200 players are internationally capped players while 62 are foreign uncapped players.

Bhutan witnessed its first player, get registered in the mega auctions of the Indian Premier League. The unnamed player has signed in for this wonderful and top-rich tournament of the cricketing world.

The United States of America too witnessed a record as 14 players have been registered ahead of the auctions of IPL 2022. Among the renowned international teams, Australia’s players top the registration list with 59 players, while South Africa brings in 48 players to the auctions. West Indies with 41, Sri Lanka with 36, England with 30, New Zealand with 29, and Afghanistan with 20 players are interesting to be in the auctions.

Indian Premier League also received its worth of gameplay as Namibia, Nepal, Netherlands, Oman, Scotland, Zimbabwe, Ireland, and UAE to bring in some bright talent to highlight in IPL auctions.

5 players represent Namibia, while Nepal brings in 15 players to the mega auction’s registration. Only one player is registered from Netherlands, UAE, and Scotland respectively while Oman registered 3 players. Zimbabwe brought in 2 players and Ireland 3 players.
This year’s IPL will witness great diversity because the Indian Premier League and BCCI shall be delighted to get appreciated for such a good initiative in the cricketing world. Fans will also be excited to know about some players for the first time, while the small nations will too get interested to watch IPL at their homes.

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