Perform Group

Suspicious betting activity around international and domestic football matches declined in 2018 according to a new report by Stats Perform and Starlizard Integrity Services

New Stats Perform entity will have a significant focus in emerging realm of artificial intelligence

Digital sports content and media group Perform has entered into a partnership with real-time betting markets specialist TXODDS focused on sports integrity.

Oli Slipper, co-founder of digital sports media group Perform, has been revealed as an investor in the World Street Soccer Championships organisation.

Sports data provider Opta has agreed a data partnership with the International Cricket Council (ICC), while rival firm Sportradar has struck a similar deal with the South African Rugby Union (SARU).

Digital sports content and media supplier Perform has agreed a partnership with Fifa subsidiary Early Warning System (EWS) with the goal of enhancing the integrity of football events.

Rugby League World Cup 2013 (RLWC2013) has agreed a deal with data suppliers Opta for broadcasters, print media, digital platforms and competing nations to use its services for the event.

The $1bn deal between Matchroom Sport and DAZN has sent shockwaves through boxing and threatens to undermine the pay-per-view model that has been so successful in the sport. Richard Clarke looks at the deal and the sport’s emerging presence on YouTube.

Perform has become a leader in the sports media and digital content sector over the last 10 years thanks to successful partnerships with organisations that share its vision and innovative approach. Here, some of Perform’s most celebrated clients from across the industry discuss the secrets of its success.

Change is coming to Western Europe’s pay-television market, with the big OTT players getting a foothold and set to change the balance of power. As established media groups respond through mergers, acquisitions and alliances, as well as their own OTT offerings, Frank Dunne looks at what it all means for the value of sports-media rights.

Robin Jellis asked Simon Denyer, CEO of the Perform Group, about his plans to turn the digital media company into the ‘Netflix of sport’.