Soccer - 11 Jun 2021 - Sponsorship
Diageo, the international drinks giant that is a sponsor of the Copa America, South American soccer’s national teams competition, has joined other brands in withdrawing from this year's tournament after it was relocated to Brazil.
Tennis - 11 Jun 2021
Asti Docg, an Italian wine consortium, has become a global sponsor of the ATP, the organiser of men's tennis' top-tier tour, until the end of 2023.
Soccer - 11 Jun 2021 - Media rights
LIVENow, the nascent international sports and entertainment streaming platform, has secured exclusive broadcast rights in the Philippines to soccer’s pan-continental European Championships, which gets underway today.
Cycling - track - 10 Jun 2021 - Media
The organisers of the cycling's new UCI Track Champions League have secured a first international broadcast partner for the series in New Zealand pay-television operator Sky.
Basketball - 10 Jun 2021
Endesa, the Spanish energy company, has extended its title sponsorship deal with the ACB, the organiser of Spain's top basketball competitions.
Rugby league - 10 Jun 2021 - Host broadcast & production
Rugby League World Cup 2021, the organising committee of the sport’s flagship tournament in England this year, has today awarded its host broadcasting contract to UK-based production firm Whisper.
Mixed martial arts - 10 Jun 2021
The Professional Fighters League, the USA-based mixed martial arts series, has agreed a new sponsorship deal with BetMGM, the sports betting joint venture between MGM Resorts International and gambling firm GVC Holdings.
Soccer - 10 Jun 2021 - Sponsorship
The Scottish Professional Football League’s protracted search for a title sponsor is over after Cinch, the UK online car marketplace was today unveiled as the new partner in a record five-year deal.
Soccer - 09 Jun 2021 - Media rights
Sky, the European pay-television giant, has consolidated its position as a leading soccer broadcaster in the German-speaking countries by retaining rights to England's Premier League.
Soccer - 09 Jun 2021
Fifa, soccer's world governing body, has settled a legal dispute with TUI Cruises, a German cruise line, relating to broadcast coverage on ships of previous World Cup events.