Skweek, the basketball streaming platform owned by Monaco-based Fedcom Media, has launched in Spain but with a focus on ticketing and hospitality, in the absence of holding premium sports rights

Euroleague Basketball has completed its final major media rights deal for the 2023-24 season, agreeing a deal that takes its top-tier EuroLeague competition back to Telefónica's Movistar Plus platform …

Media group TV3 and public-service broadcaster Lithuanian National Radio and Television (LRT) have extended their free-to-air and pay-television broadcast rights in the Baltics region to the EuroLeague…

Euroleague Basketball has secured exposure for its top-tier competition, the EuroLeague, in the United States by striking a rights deal with sports broadcaster ESPN

Euroleague Basketball has renewed its exclusive rights deals with United Media-owned broadcasters Nova and Sportklub for five more seasons, from 2023-24 to 2027-28.

Gambling platform Meridianbet has become the new front-of-shirt sponsor for Serbian basketball champions Crvena Zvezda [Red Star Belgrade]

Multi-platform subscription broadcaster DAZN is to showcase Eleven Sports Italy’s coverage of leading basketball competitions, as well as the third tier of domestic football, Serie C.

French media group L’Équipe has struck a deal to show EuroLeague basketball games involving French teams ASVEL and AS Monaco during the 2022-23 season.

Euroleague Basketball has agreed a new sponsorship deal with Greek trading and investment services provider Ardu Prime

Logistics, shipping and commodities trading company Fedcom, a sponsor of Euroleague Basketball and majority shareholder of LNB Pro A club AS Monaco Basket, has reportedly acquired broadcast rights to the…

German telco Deutsche Telekom has retained key basketball properties ahead of the impending loss of rights to the domestic Basketball Bundesliga (BBL) through new deals with the German Basketball Federation…

Euroleague Basketball has suspended Russian teams from competing in its club competitions during the 2022-23 season following the country’s invasion of Ukraine.

Euroleague Basketball has agreed a deal with Israeli startup MindFly to provide bodycam coverage of action from the forthcoming 2022-23 season of its top-tier EuroLeague club competition

Euroleague Basketball has agreed a four-year extension to its long-running partnership with IMG Arena, the sports betting division of the IMG agency, for its betting data and streaming rights

Euroleague Basketball has taken the decision to withdraw the participation of Russian teams from its two club competitions following the country’s invasion of Ukraine.

Euroleague Basketball has frozen its marketing partnership with Russian state-owned banking group VTB, along with suspending the participation of Russian teams in its competitions

Euroleague Basketball has agreed a deal to add Central and Eastern European gaming operator MaxBet to its portfolio of premium partners

Subscription streaming platform Okko has acquired exclusive live and on-demand streaming rights in Russia to the EuroLeague and EuroCup club basketball competitions