SportBusiness Staff

Australian production and media services company Gravity Media has extended its deal with the All England Lawn Tennis Club (AELTC) for the ongoing provision of NetCam camera technology for the global television coverage of the Wimbledon Championships.

German fastening and assembly materials manufacturer Würth Group has agreed a deal to sponsor the European Handball Federation’s men’s and women’s Euro tournaments next year.

UK specialist sports travel business Destination Sport Group has acquired international hospitality and travel programme provider Sportsworld.

The Olympic Committee of Bosnia and Herzegovina (OKBiH) has announced its intention to bid for a future edition of the Youth Olympic Games (YOG).

Premier Padel has appointed Eno Polo as its CEO to lead the next phase of its sporting development, commercial growth and global expansion following the recent merger agreement with rival organisation the World Padel Tour (WPT).

UK pay-television broadcaster Sky has reported viewing records for its coverage of the 2023 Solheim Cup.

Ryder Cup organisers have announced that this year’s edition of the golf showpiece will be broadcast in 201 countries around the world, claiming a potential audience reach of 623 million households.

Chelsea FC Women has agreed a one-year extension to its sponsorship deal with investment bank Singer Capital Markets, the first standalone partner for the Women’s Super League (WSL) outfit when the original contract was signed in 2020.

German Bundesliga club Bayern Munich has agreed a partnership with software company Liquidteam in which it states it will take “completely new approaches” to Web3.

The Diamond League athletics series is set for a record 15-event season after the calendar for 2024 was confirmed.