The Indian cricket team will soon be seen wearing a new brand name on their blue jerseys. 

Source: Sportskeeda

According to News18, the Chinese mobile manufacturer Oppo has handed over the sponsorship rights to Byju's, a Bengaluru-based educational technology and online tutorial firm. 

Source: The Hindu Business Line

The Indian team will be wearing the Byju jersey from their upcoming home season, starting with the games against South Africa from September 15. 

Source: India

According to the report, a 'tripartite agreement' between Oppo, Byju's and the BCCI and will be signed on Thursday.

Source: India Today

Oppo had won the Indian team jersey rights for a five-year period in March 2017 after outbidding Vivo mobiles' Rs 768 crore bid.

Source: South China Morning Post

Oppo was paying BCCI Rs 4.61 crore per bilateral match and Rs 1.56 crore for a match during an ICC event.