Euroleague Basketball, which organises continental club competitions in Europe, has partnered with social media and data analytics company HEED to launch a new digital platform that will seek to enhance fan engagement during the top-tier EuroLeague tournament.
The International Basketball Federation (Fiba) has confirmed that the Hungarian city of Sopron will host the 2018 edition of the EuroLeague Women Final Four.
SportBusiness Group has partnered with Euroleague Basketball to produce and make available to you a 36-page report detailing the changes undertaken by the league and evaluating their impact.
The new, stripped-down Euroleague will offer permanent places to the continent’s top teams in an attempt to create a sustainable business model. But it faces challenges. Having spoken to Fiba’s Patrick Baumann last month, Frank Dunne asks Euroleague Basketball CEO Jordi Bertomeu and IMG president Ioris Francini to state their case.
It was a curious trick of destiny that the British electorate should vote to quit the European Union at the half-way point of football’s European Championship, which is, among other things, a festival of Europeanness.
SportBusiness International looks into the business models of digital sports networks, set up by rights-holders in association with established digital media operators to supplement traditional TV programming. What are the benefits for rights-holders taking such a step, and what does it tell us about the ever-changing media landscape?