| GEO Sports|
| England to play Caribbean in $100m series|
| Updated at: 1334 PST, Thursday, June 12, 2008|
ANTIGUA: England will play five Twenty20 fixtures against a Caribbean all-star side for a record prize pot of $100 million and the first of these matches will be played on Nov. 1 at Antigua.
Each Twenty20 match will be played with $20 million winner-take-all purse.
The 11 active players on the winning side will walk away with $1 million each with a further two million going to squad players and coaching and management staff.
Seven million dollars will be shared between the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) and the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB), both of whom have been heavily involved in getting the series off the ground.
The first $20 million winner-take-all match will be held Nov. 1 in Antigua.