Recently, PKL Auction League launched its season 10 with a special logo. The Pro Kabaddi 2023 kicks off with a great bang and a special logo was launched ahead of the season. You must read the article for more details and information about the same. Follow us around for all the insights and fresh updates.
Reportedly, the Vivo Pro Kabaddi disclosed a special logo for the milestone tenth season ahead of the PKL Auction in Mumbai. However, The Illuminati Dance Crew produced an exciting performance to reveal the Pro Kabaddi 2023 logo at the Season 10 Player Auction Hall. Moreover, the dance crew creates an alternate reality right before your eyes with a combination of dance and technology. Interestingly, the dance crew portrayed some of the key moments in the PKL’s nine-year journey through an immediate digital representation before revealing the special logo on the big screen. It was confirmed that the new logo contains the number 10 to signify 10 seasons of the Pro Kabaddi.
As you all know, the Pro Kabaddi League Season 10 auction is going to take place on the 8th and 9th of September. This is definitely going to be a deciding day for all the teams, and even the fans of Kabaddi. Undoubtedly half of the battle is won only during the auction, by making the selection of the correct team. Before the auction begins, it is important for the team management to make sure that they have made up their mind to pick up the player. Even for the fans it is going to be essential to know the list of the players who are available in the auction. In the auction pool, there are a total of 500 plus players. In the retained players there are a total of 84 players. There are a total of 3 categories of retained players which are mentioned below:
22 Elite Retained Players (ERP)
24 Retained Young Players (RYP)
38 Existing New Young Players (ENYP)
Furthermore, the Pro Kabaddi League Season 10 Player Auction is being held from October 9 to 10, 2023 in Mumbai. Additionally, the landmark’s 10th season is set to begin on December 2, 2023. Meanwhile, Iran’s Kabaddi’s all-rounder and best player, Mohammadreza Shadloui created history on Monday and has become the most expensive player ever to be a part of the Pro Kabaddi. Moreover, he was bought for a staggering INR 2.35 Cr by Puneri Paltan, while his former team, Patna Pirates did not exercise the FBM card thereafter. Thank you for being a patient reader.