The Board of Control for Cricket in India’s member units passed a resolution in a special general meeting to ask the International Cricket Council to retain the Big Three revenue model till its Annual General Meeting, set to be held in London in June.The Big Three revenue model came into effect in 2014, which proposed a greater share of the global body’s revenue to BCCI, England and Wales Cricket Board and Cricket Australia. However, earlier this year, ICC sought to undo the changes and bring balance among the member bodies in terms of power and finances.
“A resolution has been passed at the SGM that we will ask ICC to carry on with the existing model where Australia, England and India get the lion’s share of revenue,” a top official who attended the meeting told PTI. “We will definitely work out a new model during the London meeting. This was today unanimously passed by the forum”.BCCI’s case will be presented by Amitabh Choudhary, who has been appointed as the acting secretary of the board for the ICC board meeting to be held in Dubai next week.