National cricket gamers will get their profits that had been halted following an International Cricket Council ban on the Cricket Association of Nepal (CAN) over a dispute in electing its new leadership.
The ICC has agreed to provide two years of revenue (2017 and 2018) to the players on the initiatives of the National Sports Council (NSC), said NSC’s member secretary Keshab Kumar Bista.
“We have initiated in this process. The ICC has agreed to this subject.
The ICC labeled gamers will get their revenue within some weeks,” he stated to Rastriya Samachar Samiti. The ICC had banned the CAN in 2016 following its involvement in disputes over choosing its new leadership.
The NSC will coordinate the salary distribution, said technical analysist for the countrywide cricket group Raman Siwakoti.
The ICC classified gamers in Group ‘A’, ‘B’ and ‘C’, in accordance to which the profits will be distributed. Group ‘A’ labeled gamers were entitled every to a month-to-month salary of Rs 35,000.
Likewise, gamers grouped ‘B’ were entitled to a monthly revenue of Rs 25,000 each, and group ‘C’ classified players a month-to-month profits of Rs 15,000 each.