The Indian Premier League has already been suspended until April 15 and there are growing concerns surrounding the tournament.
The issues grew on Tuesday with the BCCI postponing a scheduled conference call with the franchise owners which was to discuss a way forward amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Here are further updates on the same.
IPL is staring at a possible cancellation
The cash-rich T20 league is staring at a possible cancellation due to the deadly outbreak, which has led to more than 16,000 deaths globally.
India, which has reported over 400 cases and nine deaths so far, is also in a lockdown till March 31 to contain the pandemic.
The entire sporting world is under a severe crisis at the moment.
Humanity first, everything else comes second: Ness Wadia
"Humanity first, everything else comes second. The situation has not improved so there is no point in even talking about it. If IPL doesn't happen so be it," Kings XI Punjab co-owner Ness Wadia told PTI.
"There is no point in discussing anything. The whole country is in a lockdown. We have to deal with matters much more important than IPL," said another official.
'I can't even think about the IPL at this point'
The star-studded eight-team league was originally scheduled to start on March 29 in Mumbai.
"I can't even think about the IPL at this point. It is irrelevant along with everything else. The only thing thing which is relevant is in what we are living in and it is a world war three situation where we are fighting to help so many people," Wadia said.
Why the IPL is likely to be cancelled?
"If Olympics can be postponed by a year, IPL is a much smaller entity in that regard. It is becoming increasingly difficult to organize. At this point the government is not even thinking about allowing foreign visas," a BCCI official in know of things said.