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SportHackTag – a digital recap

Ushering in an era where the sports landscape is now directly impacted by rapidly changing technology, the first event exclusively

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Head of sports and strategic video for Samsung Asia paints his vision for the future

Before SportHackTag starts at the Emirates Stadium on 24 and 25 May, we had a chance to talk to one

Mountain Dew launches its Nascar VR experience

Mountain Dew has continued its love affair with immersive experiences, this time intertwining VR with Nascar to enable fans to vote

SportHackTag Day Two by numbers

The first ever SportHackTag event has come to an end after an information-filled morning and an afternoon full of networking

SportHackTag Day One by numbers

SportHackTag kicked off at the Emirates Stadium in North London Tuesday morning and the likes of Maurizio Barbieri from Samsung Asia,

La Liga to become first European football league to broadcast match via Facebook Live

LaLiga and Grabyo will live stream Atletico Madrid v Athletic of the Spanish Women’s First Division to Facebook on Saturday 28th May at 11.45am (CEST). This match will be the first competitive football fixture to be live streamed to Facebook by a European football league

Digital Sport’s Weekly Wash-Up 19/05/2016

BBC Sport goes 360° at Wembley What’s it like to experience a big game at Wembley Stadium? BBC Sport have provided

Virtual Reality work-outs have arrived, and they’re awesome

French Virtual Reality company Holodia have created a an immersive fitness experience, which is just as awesome as it sounds.


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Roland Garros is getting increasingly creative on its digital platforms

To celebrate the second Grand Slam of the season which kicked off on Sunday, Roland Garros has rolled out a collection of social and digital activations to immerse fans in the tournament like never before. Following in the footsteps of the Australian Open earlier in the year, Roland Garros has used new social and digital tools at their disposal to provide a deeper

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A guide to stadium technology at the 2016 EUROs Part Deux

In the second part of a two-part blog about UEFA EURO 2016, Marie Binet, Head of Insight at Stadia Solutions, looks at the role stadium connectivity will have in this summer’s action. With mobile network provider, Orange, as a main sponsor, connectivity was set down as a priority for the tournament. As a result, 4G will be available in all