Kabaddi World Cup 2016 Prize Money For Winners & Runners Up: Kabaddi world cup 2016, the most awaited event of the year for Kabaddi Fans across India as well the world, will be conducted Ahmedabad, Gujarat. 12 countries including India will take part in the Kabaddi World Cup. United States of America, Canada, England, Australia, Iran, Poland, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Korea, Japan and Kenya are the other nations. Poland is a first-time competitor in the Kabaddi World Cup 2016.
The eighth version of the Kabaddi World Cup 2016 will held in from 7 TO 22 October at The Arena Sports Complex, 12 Countries with well trained and awesome teams will play for Kabaddi world cup 2016 title and prize money.
Kabaddi World Cup 2016 Total Prize Money
Kabaddi World Cup 2016 Prize Money- “Teams from 14 nations in the men’s and women’s section would compete for the title. The winner in the men’s category would get Rs 2 crore, followed by Rs 1 crore to the runners-up. In the women’s category, the winning team would get Rs 1 crore and the runners-up will be awarded Rs 51 lakhs. The total prize money of Rs 7 crore would be up for grabs in this mega event,”an official said. Winners will be rewarded with astonishing cash prizes for their fabulous performances in the world cup. Runner ups are not left out of the grand prizes and prize money. Total prize money of about 7 crores is up for grabs this year.
Kabaddi World Cup Winners Prize Money
Kabaddi World Cup Prize Money For Winners- The Government of India’s sports ministry and the Kabaddi Association conduct the world cup. Winners Prize Money is estimated to be Rs. 2 crores. For an upcoming sport like kabaddi, this is a quite generous amount. We are happy that this kind of prize monies will be distributed as it gives encouragement to the sport across the nation.
Kabaddi World Cup 2016 Prize Money For Runners Up
Kabaddi World Cup Runners Up Prize Money- As announced, the runner-ups of the Kabaddi World Cup are also going to get huge prize money for trying very hard to achieve the World Cup. The runners-up will get 1 crore in the eighth version of the World Cup!