Najam Sethi

Nazam Sethi on PSL vs IPL Digital Rating:

The eighth edition of Pakistan Super League (PSL) ended on Saturday.

Lahore Qalandars became the winner for the second time.

Shaheen Afridi's captaincy team defeated Multan Sultans by 1 run in a thrilling match.

Deciding to bat first, the Qalandars posted a massive 200/6 in 20 overs, with Abdullah Shafiq scoring 65 off 40 balls and Shaheen scoring a quickfire 44* off just 15 balls.

Later, Sultans were restricted to 199/8 and Qalandars lifted their second PSL title.

As the thrilling T20 league of Pakistan is over now, fans are gearing up for the 16th edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL 2023), which will start from 31st March.

Due to the massive fan-following and nail-biting action, IPL is considered to be the richest and most loved T20 league in the world.

However, the head of the Pakistan Cricket Board, Najam Sethi, has now given a shocking opinion about both the leagues and said that PSL is bigger than IPL in terms of digital ratings. is success.

"Let's talk about digital. PSL was only halfway through, so I asked about our digital ratings. The show used to have 0.5 ratings on TV, whereas PSL is getting more than 11 ratings. So, It will be 18 or 20, when it will be completed," Sethi said at a press conference ahead of the PSL final.

He said, "More than 150 million people watched it digitally. This is not a small thing. At the same time, IPL (Nazam Sethi on IPL Digital Rating) has a digital rating of 130 million and PSL (PSL Digital Rating) 150 million. So it is a big success for Pakistan."

Talking about IPL, the first match of the league will be played between the defending champions Gujarat Titans and Chennai Super Kings at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad.