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Sunday Wrap: What’s hot in Digital Sport this week

This week, the football transfer window opened across Europe. Whilst it had been open in Britain for a few weeks, deals between clubs happen all over the continent, and we’re

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

Streaming on social benefits everyone involved – but are we moving too quickly?

Last week, Spain’s top football league, La Liga, streamed a live game on Facebook Live. They plan to stream one game a week on the platform. The week before, it

Former Liverpool striker’s new app to bring outspoken opinion to football punditry

What’s the worst thing about football? Is it the astronomical wages paid to 19 year-olds who couldn’t care less about your club? Is it the low standard of the Premier

Is Manchester United v Liverpool really going to be the cure for Sky Sports’ illness?

When ratings are poor, things look bad. But sometimes you have to look beyond the numbers and see what’s really happening. That’s the position Sky Sports are in at the

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 it into the top 10 on total social media numbers. According

Manchester United reach 11 million Facebook fans, as Arsenal and Liverpool hit 5

Manchester United hit the 11 million Facebook fans mark this week and are set to continue to rise with an astonishing 30k a day growth rate in fan followers. The Mancunian