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Setanta Sports Eurasia has been acquired by the Adjara Group, parent company of Georgian pay-television broadcaster Adjarasport, in a deal that sees Setanta's media-rights portfolio and carriage agreements…

Euroleague Basketball has agreed a media-rights deal in Ukraine and Central Asia until the 2022-23 season with pan-regional broadcaster Setanta, having previously been without coverage in the region

Broadcast rights to the Uefa Champions League, Europa League and new third-tier Europa Conference League for the 2021-24 cycle are set to be sold at the start of next year in Central Asia, Azerbaijan,…

Subscription broadcaster Setanta Sports has secured exclusive rights to Belgium’s Pro League in Ukraine and the Eurasia region in a five-year agreement.

Pan-regional broadcaster Setanta Sports has extended its rights deal with Bundesliga International, the league’s international commercial rights arm, in Central Asia, from 2021-22, also adding Ukraine t…

Georgian sports broadcaster Adjarasport has acquired Austrian Bundesliga rights until the end of the 2020-21 season, amid interest in national team player Otar Kiteishvili

Saran Media, the Turkish media-rights agency, has extended its contract for the rights to tennis Grand Slam tournament Wimbledon for a further two years in a deal covering 13 territories

The French resorts of Meribel-Courchevel and Planica, Slovenia have landed the 2023 Alpine Ski World Championships and Nordic World Ski Championships, respectively, as part of a raft of hosting rights assigned by the International Ski Federation (FIS).

The TCR International Series has added four new races to its calendar for the 2017 season, with Georgia set to stage a major motorsport event for the first time.

The International Weightlifting Federation (IWF) has confirmed that six cities from three continents have lodged bids to host the 2018 edition of its World Championships.

Confédération Européenne de Volleyball (CEV), the governing body of volleyball in Europe, has awarded hosting rights for the 2017 men’s European Championship to Poland and the women’s European Championship of the same year to Azerbaijan and Georgia.

The European Athletics Council has awarded its 2017 Indoor Championships to Belgrade, while Tbilisi has landed the inaugural edition of the Youth Championships in 2016.

Georgia has confirmed its intention to make a bid for UEFA Euro 2020 after shelving plans to put forward a co-hosting model with Azerbaijan.

Sochi (Russia), Salzburg (Austria) and PyeongChang (Republic of Korea) were today accepted by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) Executive Board in Lausanne as Candidate Cities to host the XXII Olympic Winter Games in 2014. The cities were accepted unanimously from a total of seven Applicant Cities, which also included Jaca (Spain), Almaty (Kazakhstan), Sofia (Bulgaria), and Borjomi (Georgia).

The IOC will confirm the final short-list of cities in the running to host the 2014 Winter Olympic Games on Thursday.

The International Rugby Board (IRB) has unveiled details of High Performance investments for lesser nations as part of its £30 million global strategic investment programme.

Anton Schutti is the new managing director for the Salzburg 2014 bid.