Ben Cronin, Europe Editor

Traditional sports teams are moving into esports in an attempt to broaden their reach and win new fans. In this video SportBusiness speaks to Team Dignitas, the Philadelphia 76ers and FC Schalke 04 to examine the trend.

Brexit and the election of Donald Trump suggest a world that is rejecting globalisation. But sport can provide a counterbalance and an antidote to an an increasingly inward looking planet, says Kevin Roberts.

Technology may be shaping the future of sport but SnapRapid CEO Russell Glenister thinks there is a deeply ingrained conservatism towards tech start-ups in European sports organisations.

SportBusiness International chief writer Frank Dunne caught up with JB Perrette, president of Eurosport parent company Discovery Networks International at the recent Leaders Sport Business Summit. 

Following the announcement that the ATP Tour is launching a new tournament to promote the next generation of tennis talent, Nigel Currie, sports marketing consultant at NC Partnership, asks who the sport's most promising and marketable youngsters are.

Stephen Cannon from the Atlanta Falcons and Scott O'Neil, CEO of the Philadelphia 76ers, were amongst the speakers when SportBusiness asked the questions at the Leaders Sport Business Summit.  

What can traditional sports learn from esports? Is VR the next HD or 3D? And what will the world's biggest sports property be in ten years' time? SportBusiness International asked the questions at the Leaders Sport Business Summit.

Sport is finding innovative ways to cash in on the $3bn Pokémon Go phenomenon. Greg Pitcher investigates the commercial opportunities in augmented reality.

Matt Bosworth, partner at Russell-Cooke looks at the legal ramifications of the Pat Hickey ticket scandal and examines the legislative infrastructure around the Olympic Games

Anna Semens, head of analytics at HSE Cake, and a specialist in the football transfer market, explains the contractual difficulties that are holding up the transfer of Paul Pogba to Manchester United

For every official sponsor at the Rio Olympics there will be a rival seeking to disrupt the impact of the official advertising campaigns. Jennifer Gibson, senior associate in the dispute resolution team at independent UK law firm Burges Salmon LLP looks at the steps that will be taken to protect Olympic partners

Chatri Sityodtong is the martial-arts practising entrepreneur behind ONE Championship, the biggest sports property in Asia. Here he speaks to Ben Cronin about his rivalry with UFC and the secret of breaking into China.