Why Indian cricketers don’t play in CPL?

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Why Indian cricketers don’t play in CPL?
Why Indian cricketers don’t play in CPL?

The shortest format of cricket has gained the most popularity and a huge number of fans in the past few years. This attraction to T20 cricket has given rise to a number of different T20 leagues around the world. These short tournaments have become fan’s favorite. It is a well known fact that among all the different T20 leagues, Indian Premier League is the biggest cricket league in the world and has the largest fan base and viewers count. However, it doesn’t disregard the fact that rest of the leagues do not attract audience. Other leagues also have a large viewership but nowhere close to IPL. One such league is CPL known as  Caribbean Premier League. It doesn’t have a wide scope as IPL but is is also considered as a high level tournament. Many big players play in this tournament. Now let’s come to the main point. A large number of foreign cricketers play in IPL but have you ever wondered about the absence of Indian players in other leagues. Do you know Why Indian cricketers don’t play in CPL and other foreign leagues. Read the following article to know the answer.

Caribbean Premier League
Caribbean Premier League

The Caribbean Premier League popularly known as CPL is an annual Twenty20 cricket league which is held in the Caribbean. CPL is conducted by West Indies Cricket Board. It was founded by Cricket West Indies in 2013 to replace the Caribbean Twenty20 as the premier Twenty20 competition in the Caribbean. The CPL T20 tournament is played between six teams and is divided into a group stage and a knockout stage.