Tech & Innovation In Sport

  • Ten Things We Learned From the FIFA eWorld Cup
    As FIFA rap up a record breaking eWorld Cup in London, we uncover the top 10 things the world learned about esports and it's continued growth globally.
  • FIFA’s eWorld Cup, its biggest esports event ever, recently crowned its champion in London. Now clubs race to establish esports teams before the next version is released. However, it’s not just football getting in on this revolution.
  • We speak with leaders of technology focused sports organisations to understand the type of talent they are looking for to help deliver the future of sports business.
  • Sportcal attends the Gfinity Elite Series in London to better understand what actually happens at an eSport event and where revenue comes from. We hear from their experience.
  • Raconteur's 'Future of Media & Entertainment' report, featured in The Times provide detailed analysis on how sport is blazing a trail through harnessing a range of new technologies.
  • The way sports is experienced by spectators and fans is evolving. As a result, in part 2, we analyse the changing broadcasting landscape and delve into the new business models for the marketplace and what the future holds.
  • The revolution transforming sport broadcast is inexorably shifting the way sport is experienced by spectators and viewers. We analyse the shifting commercial landscape of sport broadcast and what the future holds.
  • With the FIFA football World Cup in Russia only a few months away, the excitement is mounting and media activity is beginning to increase. We take a look at the important role social will play in delivering brands ambitions for the worlds biggest sporting competition.
  • Personal fitness apps and devices continue to be the driving force behind a sector at the heart of a technology revolution. We uncover some of the latest developments.
  • OTT has been a growing phenomenon, and sports is no exception. Eurosport have identified the opportunities in the market, and intend to capitalise on it.
  • We go behind the scenes to see how clubs and teams are embracing technology and data to give them the competitive edge, while also providing talent a new career pathway through this burgeoning sector.
  • The New Norm report is an ambitious set of reforms that will provide cities with increased flexibility in designing the Games to meet long-term development goals of the Olympic movement. We investigate.
  • Dive into the world of eSports: a new generation of participants, spectators, and sponsors inimitably attracted to the confluence of technology, gaming, tribalism, and commercial opportunity.
  • Claude Ruibal of Infront Sport & Media discusses how rights holders and sponsors can leverage digital solutions and new technologies, such as Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence to become part of the conversation and enhance the fan experience.
  • Few organisations, if any, can claim anything like the success that Netflix has had, especially over the last few years. The sports world could learn a lesson or two from the industry disruptor…
  • The 2018 Winter and Paralympic Games provide further ample evidence of the convergence of sport and technology. We take a look at the innovations making an appearance at PyeongChang.
  • Sport will need a diverse array of skills to ensure it is flexible and fully equipped to continue thriving in an unpredictable but exciting future. GlobalSportsJobs makes a few predictions about how that growth might take shape over the next few years.
  • Digital technology has augmented the sport experience for fans, as well as created the opportunity for athletes & coaches to up their game.
  • Digital technology has changed the face of the sports industry. We look at how sport as a consumable product has been augmented beyond all recognition, as part of a two part exploration.
  • Sport as a consumable product is very different from even 10 years ago – and the industry surrounding it practically unrecognisable. Digital technology has been the catalyst for this metamorphosis and there's barely an aspect of sport that has not felt its influence.