A total of 14 teams from Canada, Australia, UK, Afghanistan, Germany, Nepal, Pakistan, US, Italy, Argentina, Norway, Spain, Sri Lanka and host India would be vying for the title. On offer is prize money of Rs. 2 crore.
The runners-up would get Rs. 1 crore and third prize winners would get Rs. 51 lakh. The matches would be played in the 16 stadiums different towns from today onwards. The final will be held at Ludhiana on November 20th.
Bollywood superstar Shahrukh Khan was the show-stealer at the inauguration of the second edition of World Cup Kabaddi here tonight, with the actor saying it was a proud moment for him to see that the game he played in his childhood days had touched such heights.
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