Hong Kong-based digital collectibles brand Animoca Brands has closed a strategic funding round of $110m (€109m), with new investors including Temasek, Boyu Capital and GGV Capital.
NFT-focused digital wallet Gryfyn has agreed to title sponsor the San Marino Grand Prix in a two-year deal with MotoGP organisers Dorna Sports
Hong Kong-based digital collectibles brand Animoca Brands has been unveiled as the title sponsor of MotoGP events in Aragon and Australia this year
OneFootball, the football-focused streaming and media platform, has closed a $300m (€285m) Series D funding round led by the New York-based Liberty City Ventures and has also created a blockchain technology j…
The Australian Football League is to release a range of non-fungible tokens (NFTs) after striking a five-year agreement with Hong Kong-based digital collectibles company Animoca Brands
Non-fungible tokens (NFT) featuring Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics mascot Bing Dwen Dwen are to be released as part of a range of official Beijing 2022 digital collectables, the International Olympic Committee…
An official mobile game based on the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics has been released, featuring a marketplace where users can trade Olympic 'pins' in the form of non-fungible tokens
In this week’s episode, podcast co-hosts Eric Fisher and Chris Russo interview Carsten Koerl, Sportradar global chief executive. Fisher and Russo also discuss the demise of the split-season plan advocated by Major League Baseball’s Tampa Bay Rays, new funding rounds for non-fungible token (NFT) companies Autograph and Animoca Brands, historic investment into the Premier Hockey Federation, a large-scale betting pact between Fubo Gaming and two Texas-based pro soccer clubs, and a reimagined model of governance for US college sports.
Hong Kong software developer Animoca Brands has raised $358m (€315.6m) in new funding at a valuation of more than $5bn, the company has announced.