Korea Baseball Organisation (KBO)

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

South Korean baseball was among the first sport to resume during the Covid-19 pandemic but without expected gate revenue some clubs are now facing financial difficulties

Japanese football's J-League is to resume first division matches on July 4, with the second and third divisions starting on June 27. Matches will be played behind closed doors

Global sports broadcaster ESPN has added coverage in 130 international territories to its existing US rights deal with the Korean Baseball Organisation

There have been six positive Covid-19 tests from English Premier League players or club staff after the league's first phase of testing - Sky Sports

Korea’s football and baseball leagues have published detailed guidelines governing their resumptions this week.

The Korea Baseball Organisation league began its 2020 season with five games behind closed doors yesterday

Live baseball is returning to US audiences following the completion of a new media rights deal between ESPN and the Eclat Media Group for rights to South Korea’s KBO League. 

ESPN's plans to acquire rights to the Korean Baseball Organisation's domestic league are reported to have stalled after the US-based sports broadcaster is said to have attempted to acquire the rights free…

US sports broadcaster ESPN is reported to have approached the Korea Baseball Organisation (KBO) about the possibility of acquiring media rights in the US