Bruin Sports Capital
Bruin Capital has acquired a controlling interest in golf simulator technology company Full Swing from private equity firm North Castle Partners in a deal understood to be worth $160m (€136m).
Bruin Capital, the investment company founded by former Nascar and IMG executive George Pyne, has made its first foray into the sports betting sector with the acquisition of Oddschecker Global Media, the…
Sports investment group expands presence in venue, broadcast technology
Former NFL senior executive joins US-based sports investment group
Juventus has unveiled a new “digital ecosystem”, including a new official website and mobile app, launched together with Turin-based technology company Deltatre.
Founder and chief executive of sports investment group expects to be active this year despite Covid-19 pandemic
Head of prominent sports investment vehicle sees significantly opportunity ahead, even amid a currently challenged sports industry. He discusses the firm's ambitions with US Editor Eric Fisher
Bruin Sports Capital, the private equity firm founded by former IMG and Nascar executive George Pyne, has ended the sales process of its sports streaming technology company Deltatre, it has been reported
NFL Game Pass is the fastest-growing single-sport OTT service in the world, targeting both casual and avid fans. Frank Dunne speaks with representatives from some of the service's major stakeholders on how Game Pass fits into the league’s global media-rights strategy.
NFL Game Pass is the fastest-growing single-sport OTT service in the world, targeting both casual and avid fans.
Deal values Two Circles at $42m, extends deep tie between Bruin Sports Capital and WPP
Bruin Sports Capital, the private equity firm founded by former IMG and Nascar executive George Pyne, is exploring a sale for its sports streaming technology company Deltatre
Pair of deals provide large infusion of new cash to fund further expansion of sports operating and holding company
New contract term calls for worldwide rights outside of the US and Canada
Baseball replaces legacy system that was part of BAMTech sale to Disney