League continues to expand global betting presence

Baltic media group TV3 has agreed a three-season extension to its rights deal with Euroleague Basketball

The Nordic Entertainment (Nent) Group will launch its Viaplay services in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania in the first quarter of 2021, and has already started building its sports portfolio by acquiring…

The Basketball Champions League has announced that Turkish club Darüssafaka, Spanish team RETAbet Bilbao and Lithuanian outfit Rytas Vilnius will join the competition for the 2020-21 season.

Baltic media group TV3 has agreed an exclusive, multi-year rights deal with the Ultimate Fighting Championship to provide coverage of the mixed martial arts promotion in Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia

Baltic media group TV3 has launched a new OTT platform offering more than 100 hours of live sport per week

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 National Basketball Association has agreed a new deal with pay-television broadcaster All Media Baltics across the Baltic region (Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania), having previously sold rights on a…

The International Orienteering Federation (IOF) has awarded hosting rights for its events to Finland and Lithuania.

Uefa has issued penalties to Turkish club Bursaspor, Romanian duo CFR 1907 Cluj and FC Astra Giurgiu, and Lithuanian team FK Ekranas in the latest punishments handed out by European football’s governing body through its Financial Fair Play (FFP) regulations.

The International Modern Pentathlon Union (UIPM) has awarded its 2017 World Championships to the Egyptian capital of Cairo, while the evolution of the sport has continued with the introduction of a new fencing format.

UEFA has announced that Modern Times Group (MTG) has secured the exclusive media rights to the Champions League and Europa League from 2012-15 in three Baltic countries.

Lithuanian TV broadcasters were forced to cancel live coverage of Euroleague basketball matches due to a new law banning prime-time advertising of alcohol.

Euroleague Basketball has reached agreements for mobile and broadband coverage in Cyprus and Lithuania.

UEFA has revealed details of broadcast deals outside of the main European markets for three Champions League seasons from 2006 to 2009.

The NBA’s 2005-06 season will reach an all-time high 215 countries and territories through 164 international broadcasters in 43 languages.

HC6rmann KG, international supplier of building elements such as garage doors and industrial door systems, has booked panel advertising at international World Cup qualifying matches and friendly matches.

The football associations of Brunei Darussalam, Denmark and New Zealand are set to receive their first Goal projects under a programme drawn up by FIFA.

The 2005 NBA All-Star events will be televised in 214 countries in 45 languages via 97 international telecasters.

European basketball governing body FIBA Europe says four nations have approached it with a view to hosting the 2007 European Championship for Men.

A major marketing workshop to enhance ticket sales for European basketball’s Euroleague concludes today – with participating teams saying the effort is paying off.

The NBA's growing international presence has again been proven after the league signed a raft of TV rights deals across the globe.

Pan-regional broadcaster Viasat Sport has renewed its TV rights deal for coverage of the US PGA Tour.

KirchSport has negotiated a renewal deal with pan-Scandinavian broadcaster the Modern Times Group (MTG) for the television rights to the International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) World Championship.

Celta Vigo's Russian international Valery Karpin is hoping to finish the season with the status of a European Union national after taking his case to a Madrid court this week.

The Lithuanian soccer federation has named Liutauras Varanavicius, chief executive officer of Ukio Bank, to replace acting president Vytautas Zimnickas.

Scottish Premier League soccer clubs Rangers and Celtic have signed a deal to broadcast games in Europe on pay-per-view television in the UK.

European basketball is set to be split into two opposing camps in Thessaloniki today when newcomers ULEB will challenge the sport's governing body FIBA by announcing its own rival to the recently launched Suproleague.

UK press reports suggest that European basketball faces the threat of a breakaway by leading clubs.

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