European football’s governing body, Uefa, has signed a renewed Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with South American counterpart Conmebol which could lead to the resumption of intercontinental competitions b…
Superliga Argentina football club Independiente has renewed its kit supply agreement with global sportswear company Puma
Live Portuguese-language streaming of matches from the Copa do Brasil is being offered internationally on a new OTT platform launched for the Brazilian club knockout tournament
ESPN has widened its portfolio of Spanish football in Brazil by adding three cup competitions to its coverage
Forex and commodities broker HotForex has signed a one-year title sponsorship deal with Santos e-Sports, the official esports division of Brazilian football club Santos
Israel-based WSC Sports, a provider of artificial intelligence-supported sports video highlights, has made its first move into the South American market by agreeing a deal with Liga Nacional de Basquete,…
DAZN, the OTT subscription streaming service, has added esports to its offering in Brazil by agreeing a rights deal for the 2020 season of the Blast Premier global tournament series
The Argentine Football Association has signed a sponsorship deal with fast-food restaurant chain McDonald’s. The three-year deal will allow McDonald’s to sponsor all Argentine national teams.
The Brazilian Volleyball Confederation (CBV), the governing body of the reigning men’s Olympic champions, has agreed a deal with Genius Sports to provide integrity and digital services in preparation f…
The death of former Conmebol president Nicolás Leoz has brought South American football one step closer to closing the book on an era of corruption. As global agencies and investment funds are taking advantage of the power vacuum, Callum McCarthy examines the current landscape and asks if and when that book can be closed for good.
Eli Velazquez EVP for Sports at NBCUniversal Telemundo discusses how rights holders need to be creative with content development around their IP.
The Campeonato Brasileiro Série A will be the only major football league in the world without international, local-language distribution in 2019. Callum McCarthy looks at why Brazilian club football lags behind its European counterparts.
The Argentinian Superliga, the top tier of club football in Argentina, has further extended and revised the tender process for its international broadcast rights
German tyre manufacturer Continental has renewed its title sponsorship of the Copa do Brasil club football competition
Brazilian commercial broadcaster RedeTV has struck a deal with streaming platform DAZN for rights to Liga MX and the Süper Lig, the top tiers of club football in Mexico and Turkey, respectively.
Mediapro, the production and media rights agency, is said to have joined the growing number of broadcasters and agencies in calling for the Argentinian Superliga to reissue its international rights tender
Colombian football's top division (Dimayor) has signed up online gambling platform BetPlay as title sponsor in a four-year deal
Men’s tennis organisation the ATP Tour will debut an electronic review system at clay court tournaments, with Spanish technology company FoxTenn appointed to conduct the first trial.
International sports and entertainment agency Octagon is expanding its presence in Latin America by confirming plans to work in Argentina and Colombia this year
DAZN, the OTT subscription streaming service, has added to its tennis rights portfolio in Brazil by agreeing to cover the start of the women’s national team’s campaign in the revamped Fed Cup.
Sports data and technology company Stats Perform has agreed a four-year deal with the South American Football Confederation (Conmebol)
Argentina’s Superliga, the top-tier of domestic football in the South American country, has extended the bid deadline in its tender process for international broadcast rights, with ESPN said to be one of…
The Uruguayan Football Federation (AUF) has received two bids for the domestic broadcast rights to its national team’s qualifying games for the 2022 World Cup, according to media reports in the country.
Brazilian football club Flamengo has agreed an official sponsorship deal with multi-national oil and gas company Total
Brazilian broadcaster Globo has been unable to reach an agreement with Campeonato Brasileiro Série A football club Flamengo for rights to this year’s Campeonato Carioca state championship, which gets un…
Rio de Janeiro’s Olympic Park, which hosted a number of events during the Brazilian city’s staging of the Olympic Games in 2016, has been ordered to close due to a lack of security at the site.
Alberto Murray Neto, the outspoken Brazilian lawyer and Olympic sports administrator, has resigned as the chairman of the ethics council at the Brazilian Olympic Committee (COB)
Coritiba has unveiled online betting and entertainment company MarjoSports as its main shirt sponsor for the 2020 season
Novo Basquete Brasil (NBB), the top division of club basketball in Brazil, has furthered its reputation for innovation in the domestic media market by agreeing a rights deal with social video platform…
Campeonato Brasileiro Série A football club Vasco da Gama has signed a shirt sponsorship deal with department store chain Havan and is reportedly set to announce a kit supplier deal with Italian sportswear …
Brazilian football club Corinthians has signed up Chinese consumer appliance brand Midea as its main back-of-shirt partner until the end of the season
The South American Football Confederation (Conmebol) has selected media protection company Irdeto to provide services to combat piracy of its live content and protect the brand of the governing body
Brazilian broadcaster Globo is yet to reach a rights agreement with Campeonato Brasileiro Série A football club Flamengo for this year’s Campeonato Carioca state championship.
Diageo-owned beverage manufacturer Ypióca has agreed a deal to become title sponsor of the Campeonato Cearense state football competition in Brazil.
The Argentinian Football Association has launched a new over-the-top streaming platform providing archive footage and a variety of other national team content
Brazilian media group Bandeirantes, which operates free-to-air and pay-television channels, has said that its rights deal for the IndyCar motorsport series has expired