Digital Sport’s Weekly Wash-up 29/04/2016

Premier League teams up with TAG Heuer TAG Heuer and the Premier League have announced a partnership with the Swiss

Team GB and Panasonic launch #SuperFans campaign

To celebrate 100 days out from the start of the Rio Olympic Games, Team GB and its official partner Panasonic

US Soccer superstar broadcasts whole game via Facebook Live

American football player Alex Morgan has broadcast the entire season-opening game between Orlando Pride and Houston Dash via Facebook’s Live

GoPro launches new VR camera and platform

The increasingly popular camera manufacturer GoPro has made an important step to the shift in Virtual Reality (VR), launching a

PSG earns the most money per social media follower

French football giants Paris Saint Germain (PSG) earn the most money out of a single social media follower despite just making

Digital Sport’s Weekly Wash-up 22/04/2016

FC Barcelona unveil the New Camp Nou Football giant FC Barcelona has officially presented the architectural project of the New

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How close to the action is too close?

The perpetual ‘winner’ of the social media arms race will be the entity that can deliver information that people want, when and how people want it without breaching any visible (or otherwise) regulations regarding social media interaction. Footballing superstar Cristiano Ronaldo has come up trumps more than once on social media with his presence on Twitter and Instagram separating him

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Juventus goes mad on social media following title win

After winning their fifth Serie A title in a row and the 34th in the club’s history, Juventus has taken to social media to celebrate. With the club often spoken about as one of the best and most interactive football teams in terms of its social media activity, it’s 25 million fans across Facebook, Twitter and Instagram have been treated