Chennai Super Kings is under the 0wnership 0f Chennai Super Kings Cricket Ltd. which is managed by under the N. Srinivasan. This team franchise was s0ld t0 the India Cements f0r $91 milli0n, making it the then f0urth m0st expensive team in the Indian Premier League behind Mumbai, Bangal0re, and Hyderabad. India Cements acquired the rights t0 the franchise f0r 10 years. Former ICC Chairman N. Srinivasan was the de-fact0 0wner 0f the Chennai Super Kings, by means 0f his p0siti0n as the vice-chairman and managing director 0f India Cements Ltd. The franchise was transferred t0 a separate entity named Chennai Super Kings Cricket Ltd., after the Supreme C0urt 0f India struck d0wn the c0ntr0versial amendment t0 the BCCI constituti0n’s clause 6.2.4 that all0wed b0ard 0fficials t0 have a c0mmercial interest in the IPL and the Champi0ns League T20.
It is rumored that CSK will have a new title sponsor this year as it has ended its three-year sponsorship with muthoot. The same can be given t0 Skoda automobiles. The kit manufacturing sponsor will be “Seven”, the chief sp0ns0r 0n the back will be India cements and the chest Branding partner will be gulf 0il. 0ther brands like Equitas Small Finance Bank, Limited, Bal Krishna Tyre (BKT), Jio Digital Life, SEVEN, Gulf Lubricants, ACT Fiber net, NOVA, IB Cricket, Levista C0ffee, Fever FM, Hell0, FM, ASAP, NAC, Jewelers, b0At, Sonata, Dream 11, Boost, Mai Dubai, EUME, British Empire, Clear Anti Dandruff, Nippon Paint, Fast UP, Fan Play, The Souled Store are some of the auxiliary sponsors.