DAZN Group

Gorenje, the Slovenia-based home appliance manufacturer, has extended its sponsorship backing for handball’s men’s EHF Champions League in a two-year agreement.

DAZN Group, the global sports subscription service and media company, is laying off around 50 staff at its operations in the US and Brazil in a bid for profitability in the two countries and in its latest…

German motor lubricants manufacturer Liqui Moly has become a sponsor of handball’s men’s EHF Champions League during the 2020-21 season.

DAZN Group has negotiated a reduction in annual rights fee payments to Japan’s J.L

DAZN Group, the global sports subscription service and media company, is looking into ways of securing new investment of as much as $1bn (€845m).

Pay-television operator Sky Deutschland has publicly withdrawn its interest in renewing its rights in Germany to handball’s EHF Champions League.

DAZN Group, the global sports subscription service and media company, has undertaken a reshuffle of its executive team and will look to develop more non-live content as it continues to respond to the sizeable…

Alex Peebles, who recently left his position as senior vice-president, Southeast Asia at sports streaming operator DAZN, has been appointed as chief revenue officer at ECAL, the calendar communications…

Oakwell Sports Advisory group, the London-based specialist corporate advisory service for the sports and media technology sector, has announced the appointment of Andrew Croker as the chairman of its advisory…

Rumours are swirling around DAZN's potential interest in a UK launch, but market conditions must be perfect for profitability to be a realistic goal. Callum McCarthy reports on the possibility of the streaming service getting off the ground in the country where it is based.

Last year, broadcasters and promoters announced a series of big-money deals that promised much and have so far delivered very little. Callum McCarthy examines why boxing’s stakeholders aren’t yet on the same page.

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The European Handball Federation has unveiled major changes to its digital media provision to tie in with the official start of its 10-year exclusive media and marketing rights deal with the Infront agency…

Simon Denyer is leaving his role as chief executive of DAZN Group, the global sports subscription service and media company, SportBusiness understands, amid an executive restructure that increases the…

DAZN Group, the global sports subscription service and media company, has signed an exclusive partnership in Canada with automotive online marketplace AutoTrader.ca surrounding its Premier League coverage.

DAZN Group, the global sports subscription service and media company, is in “final stage” negotiations to sell its Goal.com football website to US-based private equity firm TPG Capital, it has emerged.

Len Blavatnik, the Ukraine-born billionaire who owns DAZN, is looking for investors to help shore up the sports streaming service's finances during the Covid-19 downturn, according to the Financial Times

One of DAZN’s most senior executives in Southeast Asia, senior vice-president Alex Peebles, is departing the business later this year. The move comes as DAZN is finally set to launch in the region.

DAZN, the global sports subscription service, has begun to inform sports rights-holders that it will not make its next rights fee payments for any content that has yet to be delivered, SportBusiness understands

The German Football League (DFL) is in ongoing discussions with its domestic broadcast rights-holders as it seeks to reach a consensus with pay-television broadcaster Sky over the final instalment of this…

Following the announcement that DAZN will launch a boxing-focussed global platform in May, Joseph Markowski, executive vice-president North America, told delegates here at Sportel Miami that the move will…

Canadian pay-television broadcaster TSN has strengthened its tennis portfolio with the addition of rights to the WTA Tour and season-ending WTA Finals

DAZN Media, the advertising division of sports media company DAZN Group, has launched a new football package that will give a brand partner the chance to reach over 40 markets through its OTT, digital,…

DAZN Group has reiterated its intention to ensure transparency in its joint 10-year European Handball Federation rights agreement with the Infront agency given the digital sports media company is also…

Fiba Media, the joint venture between sports media company DAZN Group and Fiba, basketball’s international federation, has a new managing director with Andrew Ryan leaving his role at the International O…

International sports streaming service DAZN is seeking to raise at least $500m (€450m) from investors in order to support its expansion efforts and pursuit of new broadcast rights.

Digital sports media company DAZN Group has named Stewart Walker as its executive vice-president of global rights partnerships

Pay-television broadcaster Arena Sport has acquired European Handball Federation club and national team events across the Balkan region in a new four-year deal

The International Basketball Federation (Fiba) generated revenues of CHF98.3m (€89.6m/$99.1m) in 2018, including commercial receipts of CHF75.4m, but reported a net loss of CHF5.3

US-based sports, data and technology company STATS is to merge with Perform in a deal which could help fund the global expansion of the DAZN OTT sports platform

Sir Len Blavatnik, the majority shareholder of the DAZN Group, will split the sports media company in two and sell off half to focus on the DAZN sports streaming service.

Fans will become the directors of the sports coverage they receive on media platforms ‘within a few years’ as the media markets evolve faster than ever before, Guy-Laurent Epstein, marketing director of …