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Geneva (Switzerland) – 20th May 2020 16 celebrities from sport and entertainment compete from home on PES 2020 All funds raised on behalf of the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund for WHO

LAUSANNE, Switzerland – SportAccord has launched the process for organisations involved in the business of sport to book exhibition space at the highly anticipated SportAccord World Sport & Business S…

Carla Varriale-Barker, shareholder in the New York office of Segal McCambridge Singer & Mahoney, Ltd. and the chair of the firm’s Sports, Recreation and Entertainment practice group, discusses the meaning of increasingly prominent force majeure clauses in the sports industry

Shen Jiang, senior associate at Jingtian & Gongcheng, and Luca Ferrari, partner and global head of sports at Withers, consider the legal issues around the player wage reductions now agreed by all Chinese Super league clubs

Mitchell Sports, chief executive of boutique sports advisory firm Tipping Point Sports LLC, examines the key elements of the industry's recovery from the pandemic

Nick White, partner at Charles Russell Speechlys, discusses the implications and impacts of the Covid-19 hiatus on ticketing.

David Griffiths, senior member of the sports and entertainment team at Miller Insurance, on the challenges presented by playing sport behind closed doors.

DHL, official logistics supplier to the 2019 Rugby World Cup, rolled out on epic campaign of activations through 2018 and 2019, spanning the trophy tour, grassroots global amateur games, fundraising, gaming,…

Launched to drive awareness of Canadian coffee chain Tim Horton’s enhanced partnership with Hockey Canada – and generally celebrate the 2019-20 hockey season – the campaign linked the brand to Canadian legen…

In the latest interactive monthly data report, SportBusiness Media analyses the media-rights landscape in Southeast Asia

In 2018, T-Mobile US’s Metro by T-Mobile brand activated its UFC rights through a live 90-minute brand-owned social broadcast which set out to fill the pre-fight content void.