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The J.League, the organising body of the top two domestic football leagues in Japan, has unveiled media rights agreements with Nigerian group Sporty Internet at Thai football club BG Pathum United

J.League, the organising body of club football in Japan, has announced a sponsorship agreement with social media platform TikTok as part of a push to attract younger audiences to its J1 and J2 leagues

Sports broadcaster DAZN Group has teamed up with the J.League, organising body of Japan’s club football competitions, to launch its first NFT collections.

Online streaming platform FanCode has secured exclusive media rights in the Indian subcontinent to the J.League, the top division of Japanese football

Japanese ecommerce company Rakuten has signed a licensing agreement with the J.League, the top division of Japanese football, to produce a range of non-fungible tokens (NFTs)

Hong Kong pay-television broadcaster i-Cable has secured exclusive rights to the J2 League, the second-tier Japanese professional football league

Football-based media platform OneFootball has picked up the broadcast rights for Japan’s J.League in Italy. The over-the-top platform will stream J.L

Japanese football’s J.League has finalised an exclusive broadcast deal with pay-television broadcaster Sony Pictures Networks India to show the remainder of the 2021 season in the Indian subcontinent. J.L

How are football clubs in the Apac region connecting with fans, engaging fans with content, growing fanbases and commercialising those fanbases? Executives from Nagoya Grampus in Japan, FC Goa in India and Selangor FC in Malaysia join us to share their experiences
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Replay of a live SportBusiness webinar held March 18 discussing the challenges faced by football leagues in the Asia-Pacific region as they seek to develop their media-rights businesses
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The Beijing 2022 Organizing Committee is actively trying to involve more disabled people in benefiting from the upcoming Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games – China.o

Japan's Nippon Professional Baseball and J-League have appealed to the country's government to increase the 5,000-spectator cap on attendances at their matches

Malaysia’s top football league, the M-League, will resume games on August 26 after a five-month gap due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

The 2020-21 English Premier League season will kick off on September 12 and run until May 23 - Sky Sports Japanese football's J

The Japanese J.League has postponed a planned increase in the number of spectators allowed into games due to an increase in Covid-19 cases in the country

Japanese football's J.League top division resumed on Saturday after a four-month break due to Covid-19