Kelvin Tan, SportBusiness' Asia editor, on why the SEA Games remain as relevant as ever.
The Philippines' sports industry is looking at this year's SEA Games as a springboard to host the 2030 Asian Games, one of the biggest multi-sports events in the world. John Duerden looks at whether they can make the leap.
The Southeast Asian Games has grown to be unrecognisable from its first edition in Bangkok in 1959. Is it still relevant for the region, or has it been supplanted by its bigger brother, the Asian Games?
Organisers of the ongoing Southeast Asian Games in the Philippines were forced to suspend almost half the events scheduled for yesterday (Tuesday), due to Typhoon Kammuri
Olympic Council of Asia vice-president Wei Jizhong said he was "very impressed" by how the Philippines are hosting the ongoing SEA Games, and suggested they should consider bidding for "bigger events"…
A powerful typhoon coming in from the Pacific Ocean has forced organisers to cancel or reschedule some Southeast Asian Games events, shortly before Filipino President Rodrigo Duterte and boxing star Manny…
A ₱50m ($1m) cauldron commissioned for the Southeast Asian Games, which will be held in the Philippines next week, has sparked controversy over its cost.