Indian Premier League (IPL): Launched in 2008, the IPL is a T20 league in India featuring franchise teams, attracting top international players and becoming one of the most-watched cricket leagues globally. 

Big Bash League (BBL): Australia's premier T20 competition, the BBL, began in 2011, captivating audiences with its dynamic format and hosting high-profile players.

Caribbean Premier League (CPL): Established in 2013, the CPL showcases T20 cricket in the Caribbean, fostering regional pride and serving as a platform for emerging talents.

 Pakistan Super League (PSL): The PSL, inaugurated in 2016, is Pakistan's answer to T20 leagues, providing a stage for local and international players, boosting the country's cricketing profile.

 Vitality Blast: England's T20 Blast, sponsored by Vitality, is a domestic T20 competition that has evolved into a crucial platform for English talent development and international stars.

 Bangladesh Premier League (BPL): The BPL, established in 2012, contributes to Bangladesh's cricketing growth by hosting T20 franchises and showcasing local and international talent.

 Mzansi Super League (MSL): South Africa's MSL, initiated in 2018, is a T20 league aimed at promoting the sport and unearthing young talents, adding a vibrant element to South African cricket.

Women's Big Bash League (WBBL): Australia's WBBL, started in 2015, is a significant women's T20 league, providing a platform for women cricketers to showcase their skills and attracting global attention.

The Hundred: Introduced in England in 2021, The Hundred is a unique format featuring 100-ball innings per team, aiming to attract new audiences and revolutionize the traditional concept of cricket leagues.

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