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Arsenal Football Club bring live match commentary to a connected device near you

“Alexa, open Arsenal!” As Amazon’s Echo, the wireless speaker which connects you to your home entertainment systems from across the room, becomes more and more widespread, we’ll see its use

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Leeds are the real United for Online Merchandise Conversion

This is a guest post, written by Lewis Holland, CEO of DiscountIF, a football merchandise promotions engine, converting fan engagement into online sales. The team at DiscountIF team have been

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The #1 Source of Unrealized Revenue by Sports Teams Today

This is a guest post by Stefan Kollenberg, Director of Engagement at Brizi, who create Fan-Controlled cameras that overlay authentic branding on user-generated content. Great content has never been more

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FC Bayern’s new TV channel app highlights football club’s new fan engagement strategies

FC Bayern Munich has become the first German football club to launch its own TV channel, FCBayern.tv. 27 February 1900. The top German football club, Bayern Munich, was founded. pic.twitter.com/gAQhoBfU6o

How long before the Premier League’s global bubble bursts?

What happens when the Premier League bubble bursts? It’s not the most technical or skillful league in the world, and if you look at league tables all over Europe’s top

Olympique Lyonnais team up with EVS to boost fan engagement in-stadium

French Ligue 1 giants Olympique Lyonnais may only have moved into their spanking new Parc OL a couple of months ago, but already they’re innovating. The seven-time French Champions have

Denver Broncos use Augmented Reality to engage fans and activate brand partnerships

Is AR the future? Probably. At least, that’s what the Denver Broncos seem to think. Their ‘Orange Herd’ app contains an Augmented Reality deature. Using it, fans inside their stadium,

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From engagement to affinity – do we need to stop worrying about views and likes?

We all want to be liked, right? Nowhere is this more true than on social media. The rules of marketing have been almost entirely re-written in the past decade, and

American fan engagement would not work in the Premier League

Not long ago, I read an article in The Drum written by digital consultant Chris Bishop and entitled ‘Why English football sucks at fan engagement – and Americans are in

Dallas Mavericks blaze the trail on emerging streaming formats

The Dallas Mavericks last week became the first team in the NBA to join streaming formats Roku, Live.ly and Musical.ly, as sports teams rush to engage audiences by seeking out

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