Canada Soccer announced a new partnership with Samsung Canada that will bring the two companies together to host watch parties as Canada's men's national team plays in its first Fifa World Cup since 1986

The Italian division of OTT sports subscription broadcaster DAZN has signed commercial deals with electronics company Samsung and technology giant Google

ONE Esports, the esports venture of Asian mixed martial arts promotion ONE Championship, has announced a long-term partnership with electronics multinational Samsung

FreeSports, the UK free-to-air channel, has been added to Samsung TV Plus, the advertising-supported streaming service

Fuel TV, the action sports television channel, has secured distribution in India for the first time and strengthened its presence in Mexico in a deal with electronics giant Samsung

The National Football League's Los Angeles Rams have announced a partnership with Samsung Electronics of America, which designates the Samsung QLED TV as the official television of the franchise.

Lee Kun-hee, the chairman of electronics giant Samsung and an honorary International Olympic Committee member, has died at the age of 78

Samsung has signed a multiyear, multifaceted partnership with SoFi Stadium and the surrounding 298-acre sports and entertainment district Hollywood Park

Mediapro’s new Téléfoot subscription service, which begins its live coverage in France tonight with the Ligue 1 clash between Bordeaux and Nantes, is available on Samsung’s smart TV sets after the agenc…

Pay-television broadcaster beIN Sports has expanded its reach in Canada by agreeing to make its beIN Sports Xtra channel available via Samsung TV Plus

Korean mobile device manufacturer Samsung has announced a special edition of its latest smartphone, the Galaxy S20+5G, that will only be available for Tokyo 2020 Olympic athletes

Global programmer gains distribution on prominent OTT platform

PyeongChang has struggled to muster sponsors for its hosting of the 2018 winter Olympics. Elisha Chauhan asks industry experts why Korean electronics firm Samsung had to join the domestic roster, despite it already being a worldwide partner of the Games.