Asian mixed martial arts promotion One Championship has announced Singapore, Jakarta and Tokyo as the first destinations for its new esports series, along with hiring Carlos Alimurung to lead the venture

Global marketing services group Dentsu Aegis Network is planning to drop "Aegis" from their brand name in 2020

Chinese sports digital consultancy and marketing platform Mailman has opened a new office in Singapore and hired Bima Said as a regional vice-president

Football’s English Premier League has today (Monday) opened its first international office in Singapore, with the new base set to aid the organisation’s fight against the growing threat posed by piracy of …

The Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP), the governing body of the men’s professional game, has today (Friday) announced the final shortlist of candidate cities bidding to host the season-ending A…

Singapore has submitted a bid to host the ATP Finals, the season-ending showpiece of the men’s tennis calendar, from 2021. The tournament has been held at the O2 in London since 2009.

Singapore-based telco Singtel has launched its own esports competition in a move designed to grow its gaming and digital content business in the Asia-Pacific region

Pre-season football competition the International Champions Cup (ICC) has added a number of new host cities for its largest-ever edition in 2018, as organisers confirmed the launch of a women’s event.

Mixed martial arts promotion the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) has secured its first multi-year event deal in the Asia-Pacific region through a commitment to return to Singapore.

Football Association of Thailand president Somyot Poompunmuang believes that more clarity needs to be given about an Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean) 2034 World Cup bid, especially on which…

APAC contains biggest proportion of Arsenal’s global fanbase at 30 per cent. Since opening Singapore office, 85 per cent of all club’s sponsorships now come from outside Europe.

Fan engagement consultant Mark Bradley visits Singapore to experience the razzmatazz of ONE Championship.

Legacy is one of the first words mentioned when any new major sporting facility is built. Elisha Chauhan finds out what Sport Singapore’s plans are to ensure the Sports Hub will have a lasting positive effect for the city-state and its people.

Organisers of the Singapore Grand Prix have signed a four-year extension to their hosting rights deal with the Formula One motor-racing series.

The Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St. Andrews (R&A) has teamed up with the Asia-Pacific Golf Confederation (APGC) to launch a new women’s amateur event in the Asia-Pacific region.

Sean Bratches, Formula One’s managing director of commercial operations, has said the new leadership of the motor racing series is targeting a calendar revolving around a regional strategy with more city-based circuits.

LaLiga, the organising body for the top two divisions of Spanish football, has opened a new office in Singapore.

The International Champions Cup will expand into Southeast Asia this summer after Singapore was announced as the latest host destination for the pre-season club football tournament.

The Singapore National Olympic Council (SNOC) has played down talk of the city-state making a joint bid with Malaysia for a future edition of the summer Olympic Games.

The Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St. Andrews (R&A) has opened a new office at the Sentosa Golf Club (SGC) in Singapore, as part of an effort to grow and develop golf in the Asia-Pacific region.

Formula One’s long-term future in Southeast Asia has been called into question after the motor racing series’ chief executive, Bernie Ecclestone, said Singapore was reluctant to extend its race deal and Malaysian stakeholders repeated their stance that the country’s event would not continue beyond 2018.

Professional and financial services company Deloitte has launched a Southeast Asian division of its sports business practice in Singapore.

The Ironman triathlon organisation has secured a deal to oversee the running of the Singapore Marathon for the next 10 editions, through to 2025.

Andrew Demetriou, one-time chief executive of the Australian Football League (AFL) Aussie rules competition, has joined forces with the former Football Federation Australia (FFA) chief executive Ben Buckley to launch a new sports technology business.

International Premier Tennis League (IPTL) franchise the Singapore Slammers has unveiled Bollywood superstar Amitabh Bachchan as its new co-owner.

Two of Singapore’s leading horse races have been discontinued after the Singapore Turf Club said they have served their purpose.

Golf’s Asian Tour has confirmed that Singapore will this year host a new event after organisers of the Indonesia Open requested their tournament be postponed.

Marketing communications and advertising group The Mission Marketing has launched a new standalone sports and entertainment agency in the form of Mongoose.

Singapore sports officials have stated the city-state’s successful hosting of the 2015 SEA Games is unlikely to lead to efforts to secure a future edition of the Asian Games, with the continent’s multi-sport showpiece not fitting in with the strategy for attracting sports events.

Advertising and public relations giant WPP is launching a new sports marketing agency through GroupM, its global media investment management company.

Singapore has been confirmed as a host city on the schedule for the 2015-16 World Rugby Sevens Series.

Soft drinks giant Coca-Cola is to purchase a 10 per cent equity stake in the International Premier Tennis League (IPTL), according to Indian newspaper the Economic Times.

The English Premier League has announced its biennial pre-season football tournament, the Asia Trophy, will take place in Singapore for the first time later this year.

The Singapore Open golf tournament will return to the calendar in 2016 following an absence of just over three years.

The addition of Argentine and Japanese franchises to the Super Rugby pan-regional club competition was officially confirmed today (Thursday), with Tokyo set to share hosting rights to the latter team with Singapore.

The Singapore Rugby Union (SRU) has reportedly clinched a four-year deal to host a leg of the International Rugby Board’s (IRB) Sevens World Series national team tournament at its new National Stadium from 2015, with Paris and Vancouver set to join as fellow new entrants on the calendar.

Singapore has retained its co-hosting rights to the Asean Football Federation’s 2014 AFF Championship national team tournament after concerned organisers were placated regarding fears over the standard of the pitch at the new National Stadium.