The Board of Cricket for Control in India (BCCI) is reportedly set to earn nearly 40% of the ICC's net surplus earnings from its next four-year commercial cycle.
The ICC has proposed that the BCCI, which contributes 38.5% of its annual earnings, will earn approximately $230 million per year between 2024-27 out of a total annual surplus income of $600m in the updated financial model, ESPNcricinfo reports.
The math is straightforward. India contributes 38.5% of ICC's annual earnings. Ergo it is entitled to 38.5% of ICC's net surplus annual earnings of $600m.