Spanish basketball's Liga ACB has landed an international broadcast deal which will see it break into the Chinese market
Recent big-value rights deals in China for esports content have raised hopes for the emergence of a new market. But the dynamics between publishers, media platforms and audiences may not favour it.
Esports tournament organiser Blast Premier has extended its exclusive media rights deal with Chinese streaming service Douyu for an additional year
The English Premier League has agreed a deal with Chinese video sharing platform Bilibili, coinciding with the launch of the league’s esports event in the country, according to SportsMoney.cn in China.
Luxury brands and streaming platforms are desperate to tap into more of League of Legends' 100m-plus player base, but making them accessible is a challenge even for the game's publisher, Riot. Callum McCarthy reports.
Round-Up: Olympics ‘to go ahead amid pandemic’, Tencent pushes for games streaming merger, PKL teams ‘reject Star offer’, and more
Next year's Tokyo Olympics will take place even if the Covid-19 pandemic is still underway, said Toshiro Muto, chief executive of the Games' organising committee
Chinese video sharing and online-gaming platform Bilibili has agreed a wide-ranging three-year contract with US video games developer and esports event organiser Riot Games
Round-Up: Fifa rejects Infantino investigation, Thai and Malaysian MotoGPs off, NBA reviews China training programmes, and more
Fifa said there is "no reason" for the Swiss criminal investigation into president Gianni Infantino, and he will continue in his role as normal
Chinese video sharing and online-gaming website Bilibili has sealed a three-year deal for exclusive broadcast rights to Riot Games' annual League of Legends World Championship, its winning bid of ¥800m …