Featuring 69 local and 29 foreign stars, the five-team, 24-match league will be held From February 4 – 23 across two stadiums in Sharjah and Dubai — Pakistan’s “home away from home” since the 2009 terror attack. The teams were sold to private consortiums for a sum of $93 million across 10 years, with $200,000 salaries for top-tier players and relatively handsome paydays for middle-tier and emerging talent. The winning side, meanwhile, will bring home $1 million. Former captain and legendary fast bowler Wasim Akram said the league was vital for Pakistan to match the fast-rising standards of other Twenty20 teams. See full schedule of Pakistan Super League