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Tennis - 21 Jan 2022
Sorare, the blockchain-based fantasy soccer platform, has appointed women's tennis great Serena Williams as an advisor to its board of directors.
Motor racing - 21 Jan 2022
L’Equipe, the French digital sports broadcaster, has renewed its free-to-air broadcast rights to the Formula E all-electric motor racing series.
Motor racing - 21 Jan 2022 - Media rights
Channel 4, the UK commercial broadcaster, has today acquired domestic rights to Formula E, the all-electric motor racing series, in a multi-year deal.
Soccer - 21 Jan 2022 - Leagues & cups
After launching its strategic project to internationalize the league in 2017, Spanish soccer’s LaLiga this week celebrated the fifth anniversary of what has proven to be a fruitful journey.
Sport - 21 Jan 2022 - Directory
Thomas Sénécal has been promoted to the director of sports at Canal Plus, the French pay-TV operator.
Multi-sport games - 21 Jan 2022
With only six months to go before the scheduled start of the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, England, the city’s council faces a shortfall of £25 million ($34 million) in its funding for the tournament.
American football - 20 Jan 2022 - TV ratings
American football’s NFL attracted an audience of more than 102 million for the opening Wild Card round of this season’s playoffs.
Futsal - 20 Jan 2022 - Media rights
The RFEF, the Spanish soccer federation, has launched a media rights tender for the country’s futsal competitions despite an ongoing legal battle with the LNFS, the top-tier domestic league.
Olympics - 20 Jan 2022
NBCUniversal (NBCU), the US media giant with exclusive live rights to the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics, has said its coverage of the upcoming event will include “geopolitical context” relating to the host nation China.
Cricket - 20 Jan 2022
Mumbai Indians (MI), one of the heavyweight sides from Indian domestic cricket’s prestigious Indian Premier League (IPL), have brought on board fintech start-up Slice Pay as a principal commercial partner in a three-year deal worth over $15 million in total.
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