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    The Indian Premier League (IPL) has long been one of the most popular sporting events in the world, drawing in millions of viewers each year. However, the 2023 season opener between the Gujarat Titans and Chennai Super Kings has seen a sharp decline in advertisers on television. This is a worrying trend for the IPL and its organizers, as advertising revenue is a major source of income for the league.

    One possible reason for the decline in advertisers could be the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. With many businesses struggling financially, they may not have the resources to invest in advertising during the IPL. Additionally, the pandemic has disrupted traditional advertising channels, such as billboards and print media, forcing businesses to focus more on digital advertising. As a result, they may be less interested in investing in television advertising during the IPL.

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    Another factor that may be contributing to the decline in advertisers is the changing viewing habits of audiences. With the rise of streaming services and social media, many viewers are turning away from traditional television broadcasting. This means that advertisers may be less interested in investing in television advertising during the IPL, as they may not reach as many viewers as they would have in the past.

    In conclusion, the sharp decline in advertisers for IPL 2023 on television during the GT vs CSK opener is a worrying trend for the league and its organizers. While there may be several factors contributing to this decline, it is clear that the IPL will need to adapt to changing market conditions and viewer habits if it hopes to maintain its position as one of the world’s most popular sporting events.

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