VIVO IPL 2019 Awards


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VIVO IPL 2019 Awards

The following are the awards that will be presented during the VIVO IPL 2019.

Match Awards

League Matches – Man of the Match

Prize Money: Rs 1 Lakh prize money per match & trophy

The Man of the Match will be chosen by members of the television commentary team covering the match.

Playoffs – Man of the Match

Prize Money: Rs 5 Lakh prize money per match & trophy

The Man of the Match will be chosen by members of the television commentary team covering the match.

VIVO Perfect Catch of the Match

Prize Money: Rs 1 Lakh prize money per match, trophy and a VIVO phone.

VIVO Perfect Catch of the Match will be awarded by VIVO to the player who takes the best catch in each match as selected by the television commentators.


Harrier Super Striker of the Match

Prize Money: RS 1 Lakh prize money per match & trophy

Harrier Super Striker of the Match will be awarded by Harrier to the player who has the highest batting strike rate in a match. To be eligible for the award, the player must have faced a minimum of 10 balls.

Fbb Stylish Player of the Match

Prize Money: Rs 1 Lakh prize money per match & trophy

The most stylish player of the match will be selected by the commentary panel. They will award points to players based on the combination of performance and style (confidence, appearance, stroke play, ability to remain cool/calm under pressure, attitude, etc.). 

Dream11 GameChanger of the Match

Prize Money: Rs 1 Lakh prize money per match & trophy

The GameChanger of the match will be selected by the commentary panel. This will be awarded to the player who may have been involved in a game-changing moment. i.e a player who takes a crucial wicket that changes the course of the game, a player who puts on some crucial runs that are the difference between the two teams or a fielder who effects a run out which changes the course of the game.

Orange Cap

The Orange Cap will be worn while fielding by the batsman who has scored the most runs in the league (including the Playoffs) during the season to date. It is first awarded once each team has played at least one match and then changes hands when another batsman becomes the highest run scorer in the league to date.  The Orange Cap is presented to the batsman at the end of the innings in which he achieves this feat (either at one of the flash interviews or at the post-match presentation).  In the circumstance where two or more batsmen have scored the same number of runs during the season to date, the Orange Cap will be retained or awarded, as appropriate, to the batsman (of those who are tied) who has the higher strike rate during the season to date.

Purple Cap

The Purple Cap will be worn while fielding by the bowler who has taken the most wickets in the league (including the Playoffs) during the season to date. It is first awarded once each team has played at least one match and then changes hands when another bowler becomes the highest wicket-taker in the league to date.  The Purple Cap is presented to the bowler at the end of the innings in which he achieves this feat (either at one of the flash interviews or at the post-match presentation).  In the circumstance where two or more bowlers have taken the same number of wickets during the season to date, the Purple Cap will be retained or awarded, as appropriate, to the bowler (of those who are tied) who has the lowest economy rate during the season to date.

Season Awards

Pitch and Ground Awards

Prize Money: Rs 50 Lakh prize money and trophy for grounds that have hosted 7 or more matches and Rs 25 Lakh prize money and trophy for grounds that have hosted less than 7 matches.

These two awards will be given by BCCI to the State Associations whose grounds are ranked the best by the IPL Match Referees and Umpires over the course of the IPL season. A pitch and outfield evaluation will be completed after each match by the IPL Match Referee in consultation with the on-field and 3rd Umpires and will consider the criteria listed below.  In the event of a tie, prize-money will be shared.  Points are awarded per match based on the following criteria;
  1. Did the pitch play the same throughout the match for both innings?
  2. Did the pitch have good pace and ball carry?
  3. Was the bounce of the pitch consistent?
  4. Was the amount of lateral seam movement on offer fair?
  5. Was the amount of spin on offer fair (i.e. not excessive)?
  6. Overall evaluation of the pitch and outfield. 

VIVO Perfect Catch of the Season

Prize Money: Rs 10 Lakh prize money, trophy and a VIVO Phone

VIVO Perfect Catch of the Season will be awarded by VIVO to the player who takes the best catch of the season as selected by a combination of a public vote on www.iplt20.com and the choice of the television commentators.

Harrier Super Striker of the Season

Prize Money: Trophy and a Harrier SUV.

Harrier Super Striker of the Season will be awarded by TATA Motors to the player who has the highest batting strike rate of the season. To be eligible for the award, the player must have played a minimum of 7 matches in the season and faced a minimum of 100 balls.

fbb Stylish Player of the Season

Prize Money: Rs 10 Lakh prize money and trophy.

fbb Stylish Player of the Season will be awarded by fbb to the player who is selected by a combination of a public vote on www.iplt20.com and the choice of the television commentators.

Dream11 GameChanger of the Season

Prize Money: Rs 10 Lakh prize money & trophy.

Dream11 GameChanger of the Season will be awarded by Dream11 to the player who has won the GameChanger of the match award the most number of times. If there is a tie, the commentator’s panel will decide the winner.

Emerging Player Award

Prize Money: Rs 10 Lakh prize money

This award will be given by BCCI to the player who has best demonstrated, through his performances during the season, his potential to be a future star of international cricket. In order to be eligible for the Emerging Player Award, a player must meet all four of the following criteria:
  1. be born after 1 April 1993
  2. have played 5 or fewer Test matches or 20 fewer ODIs
  3. have played in 25 or less IPL matches (as of the start of the season)
  4. have not previously won the Emerging Player Award.
The winner will be selected by a combination of a public vote on www.iplt20.com and the choice of the television commentators.

2008 – Shreevats Goswami – Royal Challengers Bangalore
2009 – Rohit Sharma – Deccan Chargers
2010 – Saurabh Tiwary – Mumbai Indians
2011 – Iqbal Abdullah – Kolkata Knight Riders
2012 – Mandeep Singh – Kings XI Punjab
2013 – Sanju Samson – Rajasthan Royals
2014 – Axar Patel – Kings XI Punjab
2015 – Shreyas Iyer – Delhi Daredevils
2016 – Mustafizur Rehman – Sunrisers Hyderabad
2017 – Basil Thampi – Gujarat Lions
2018 – Rishabh Pant – Delhi Daredevils

Paytm Fair Play Award

Prize: Trophy

This will be awarded by Paytm to the team judged by the Umpires, over the course of the league and playoff matches during the season, to have best upheld the spirit of the game in their matches. The Umpires will rate each of the two teams in each match based on the following criteria:
  • upholding the spirit of the game during the match
  • showing respect to the opposition
  • showing respect for the laws of the game
  • showing respect to the Umpires.

Additional credit will be given for examples of exceptional behaviour in line with the above criteria (for example a fielder signalling that a ball had not been caught cleanly or a batsman walking without waiting for the Umpire’s decision).

Orange Cap

Prize Money: Rs 10 Lakh prize money & trophy

This will be awarded by BCCI to the leading run scorer of the season (including the Playoffs). In the event of a tie, the Orange Cap will be awarded to the player (of those tied) who scored the most runs during the Playoff matches.  If this does not break the tie, the Orange Cap will be awarded to the player (of those with the most runs in Playoff matches) with the highest strike rate over the course of the season.

2008 – Shaun Marsh – Kings XI Punjab
2009 – Matthew Hayden – Chennai Super Kings
2010 – Sachin Tendulkar – Mumbai Indians
2011 – Chris Gayle – Royal Challengers Bangalore
2012 – Chris Gayle – Royal Challengers Bangalore
2013 – Michael Hussey – Chennai Super Kings
2014 – Robin Uthappa – Kolkata Knight Riders
2015 – David Warner – Sunrisers Hyderabad
2016 – Virat Kohli – Royal Challengers Bangalore
2017 – David Warner – Sunrisers Hyderabad
2018 – Kane Williamson – Sunrisers Hyderabad

Purple Cap

Prize Money: Rs 10 Lakh prize money & trophy

This will be awarded by BCCI to the leading wicket-taker of the season (including the Playoffs). In the event of a tie, the Purple Cap will be awarded to the player (of those tied) who took the most wickets during the Playoff matches. If this does not break the tie, the Purple Cap will be awarded to the player (of those with the most wickets during the Playoff matches) with the lowest economy rate over the course of the season.

2008 – Sohail Tanvir – Rajasthan Royals
2009 – R P Singh – Deccan Chargers
2010 – Pragyan Ojha – Deccan Chargers
2011 – Lasith Malinga – Mumbai Indians
2012 – Morne Morkel – Delhi Daredevils
2013 – Dwayne Bravo – Chennai Super Kings
2014 – Mohit Sharma – Chennai Super Kings
2015 – Dwayne Bravo – Chennai Super Kings
2016 – Bhuvneshwar Kumar – Sunrisers Hyderabad
2017 – Bhuvneshwar Kumar – Sunrisers Hyderabad
2018 – Andrew Tye – Kings XI Punjab

Most Valuable Player

Prize Money: Rs 10 Lakh prize money & trophy

A cheque and trophy will be awarded by BCCI to the player who has earned the most MVP points during the season (including the Playoff matches). MVP points are earned by hitting fours, sixes, taking wickets, bowling dot balls, taking catches and completing stumping.

2008 – Shane Watson – Rajasthan Royals
2009 – Adam Gilchrist – Deccan Chargers
2010 – Jacques Kallis - Royal Challengers Bangalore
2011 – Chris Gayle - Royal Challengers Bangalore
2012 – Chris Gayle - Royal Challengers Bangalore
2013 – Shane Watson – Rajasthan Royals
2014 – Glenn Maxwell – Kings XI Punjab
2015 – Andre Russell – Kolkata Knight Riders
2016 – Virat Kohli – Royal Challengers Bangalore
2017 – Ben Stokes – Rising Pune Supergiant
2018 – Sunil Narine – Kolkata Knight Riders

Match Officials

Prize: Mementos

Mementos are awarded to the four Umpires and the Match Referee who officiate in the Final.

Runners Up

Prize Money: Rs 12.5 Crore prize money vs Mementos

Mementos are awarded to members of the playing squad and support staff of the team that loses the Final and Cheque presented to the runner up team captain.

Winners

Prize Money: VIVO IPL Trophy, Mementos and Rs 20 Crore prize money

VIVO IPL Trophy will be awarded to the winning team of VIVO IPL 2019. Mementos are awarded to members of the playing squad and support staff of the team that wins the Final. Cheque presented to the winning team captain.

2008 – Rajasthan Royals
2009 – Deccan Chargers
2010 – Chennai Super Kings
2011 – Chennai Super Kings
2012 – Kolkata Knight Riders
2013 – Mumbai Indians
2014 – Kolkata Knight Riders
2015 – Mumbai Indians
2016 – Sunrisers Hyderabad
2017 – Mumbai Indians
2018 – Chennai Super Kings