Korea Baseball Organisation (KBO)

Media group CJ ENM has secured exclusive streaming rights to the top-tier league of the Korean Baseball Organisation from 2024 to 2026, marking the first time the property has gone behind a streaming paywall in South Korea.

League runs into series of issues with local promoter

MLB players to participate in their first games in South Korea since 1922

The Korea Baseball Organisation (KBO) is pushing to stage the opening day of the 2024 KBO League season in the US following discussions with Major League Baseball (MLB) franchises, its commissioner has…

The Korea Baseball Organisation (KBO) has held discussions with Major League Baseball (MLB) to discuss staging MLB matches in South Korea and KBO League matches in the US, according to reports

Heo Koo-youn, the newly-elected commissioner of the Korea Baseball Organisation (KBO), has promised to tackle falling audiences for the league on television and streaming platforms

The 2022 KBO League will start with a weekend of two-game series in April, the Korea Baseball Organisation has announced

Korea's KBO baseball league will open its stadiums at full capacity this month, although only fully vaccinated fans will be permitted to enter

Four Korean broadcasters with rights to the country's baseball league are seeking compensation due to disruptions to this season's schedule caused by the Covid-19 pandemic

Korean baseball, football and volleyball leagues are welcoming fans back to stadiums in Seoul this week as the government relaxes pandemic-related restrictions

South Korea has relaxed pandemic-related restrictions on attendances at outdoor sports events

The average player salary in the Korea Baseball Organization, South Korea's top-tier baseball league, has dropped for the second season in a row, as a number of highly remunerated players bowed out and…

From next year South Korean baseball clubs will be permitted to reduce player’s pay if the season is disrupted by extraordinary events.

There were contrasting fortunes in the last 24 hours for the reopening of two major Asia-Pacific sports markets, with Australia reported to be expecting the world's biggest crowd since the pandemic began…

The South Korean government is permitting a limited number of fans back into baseball and football stadiums after social distancing restrictions in the country were lifted

A fresh wave of Covid-19 cases means the South Korean baseball league is now forced to play behind closed doors, with the league now prioritising the completion of the season

K League and KBO teams in Seoul and its conurbation will again play in front of empty grandstands due to a rise in Covid-19 cases in the region

The South Korean government is permitting a limited number of fans back into baseball and football stadiums under new rules aimed at preventing the spread of Covid-19