Pro Kabaddi Season 6, 2018 Player’s auction Full list of players sold.

A total of 422 players are going under the hammer during the two-day-auction for the sixth season of the Pro Kabaddi League on Wednesday, 30 may.

Pro Kabaddi Season 6 team guidelines (Rules):
  1. Total purse available to each Franchise is Rs 4 Crores.
  2. A Franchise can only choose between 18 to 25 players to form a team.
  3. A Franchise can choose up to 3 players from the Future Kabaddi Heroes 2018 programme.
  4. Number of overseas players in a Franchise may vary from 2 to 4.
  5. If a team has Retained 4 Players, then the team has 1 “Final Bid Match” option in open auction.
  6. If a team has Retained less than 4 Players, then the team can use 2 “Final Bid Match” options in open auction.

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Base price of player’s at Pro Kabaddi 2018 auction :

There are 4 Category A, B, C, D.

  • A category – Rs 20 Lakh
  • B category – Rs 12 lakh
  • C category – Rs 8 Lakh
  • D category – Rs 5 Lakh
Pro Kabaddi Teams : 
Pro Kabaddi 2017 winner
Pro Kabaddi 2017 winner

There are Total 12 Teams in Pro Kabaddi. Here is the List of Teams,

  • Bengaluru Bulls
  • Patna Pirates
  • Puneri Paltan
  • Tamil Thalaivas
  • Telugu Titans
  • Haryana Steelers
  • Gujarat Fortunegiants
  • Dabang Delhi K.C
  • Bengal Warriors
  •  UP Yodha
  • U Mumba
  • Jaipur Pink Panthers

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Pro Kabaddi 2018 Season 6 player’s auction, Retained players, Rules in Auction.

After an exciting season of the Indian Premier League (IPL), the focus now shifted in to Pro Kabaddi 2018 auction which is going on Mumbai.

The auctions will witness player representation from 14 countries. Overseas countries are Iran, Bangladesh, Japan, Kenya, Republic of Korea, Malaysia, Sri Lanka.

Player’s who went for Highest Amount in Auction:
  • Rahul Chaudhari – Telugu Titans 1.29 cr
  • Monu Goyat – Haryana Steelers 1.51 cr
  • Rishank Devadiga – UP Yoddhas 1.15 cr
  • Nitin Tomar – Puneri Paltan 1.15 cr
  • Deepak Hooda – Jaipur Pink Panther 1.15 cr
  •  Fazel Atrachali – U Mumba – Rs 1 cr
  • Abozar Mighani – Telugu Titans – Rs 76 lakh
  • Jang Kun Lee – Bengal Warriors – Rs 33 lakh
  •  Zia ur Rahman – Bengal Warriors – Rs 33 lakh
  • Mohit Chillar – Jaipur Pink Panthers
  • Surender Nada – Haryana Steelers
  • Darshan J – Tamil Thailava
  • Jeeva Kumar – UP Yoddhas
  • Parvesh Bhainswal – Gujarat Fortunegiants
  • Shrikanth Jadhav – UP Yoddhas

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