The Board of Control For Cricket In India (BCCI) has brought in changes to their system of annual contracts given to players and it will now remunerate T20 players. As per reports, anyone playing a minimum of 10 T20 international matches will now be eligible for an annual contract from the BCCI. During the Supreme Court-appointed Committee of Administrators (COA)’s tenure, the Indian cricket board had refused to give any weightage to those who played only a few T20 matches and they hand over contracts to players with a minimum three Tests or seven ODIs. Notably, the annual contracts of BCCI are divided into four categories based on which players are compensated. Category A+ players receive Rs. 7 crores, A gets 5 crores, B gets 3 crores and C gets 1 crore respectively.