The Football League set for a new mobile age

The Football League is set to undergo a digital revolution after signing a massive seven-year deal that will bring clubs official club-branded apps as well as state-of-the-art high capacity stadium

Nike immerses football fans in Arda Turan’s speech in 360-degree

Ahead of the Euros, Nike Football has kicked off a new campaign in Turkey by allowing fans to get a 360-degree perspective of the Turkey national football team’s dressing room

What Instagram’s 60 second videos mean for the sporting world

After offering 60-seconds video ads to some marketers last month, Facebook-owned platform Instagram will now allow all users and brands to upload minute-long videos, previously limiting video-length to just 15

Under Armour launches its 3D printed shoe

A few months after New Balance, Nike and adidas launched the first running shoe developed using 3D printing technology, Under Armour has joined them, releasing its first ever 3D printed shoe. Named

Contactless payment is needed at all sports events

‘The War on Cash’ in environments such as Sports Stadiums and Live Events is now a priority. In the majority of Stadiums, Arenas and ‘green-field’ sites cash is not just

Digital Sport’s Weekly Wash-up 25/03/2016

GoPro teams up with Red Bull Racing As part of the beginning of the new Formula 1 season which started in Australia last week, GoPro has teamed up with the

Samsung launches brainBAND project to track head trauma in sport

Samsung Australia has announced a project they’ve called brainBAND which is to help spot head injuries in contact sport and monitor the ongoing effects like concussion. In seeking to find

Arizona to launch new NFL reality series

Amazon Video and NFL Films have teamed up to produce a new reality show called All or Nothing, a show that will give NFL fans a behind-the-scenes look at a

Mercedes-Benz to connect with fans through WhatsApp

With the Formula 1 season getting underway last week in Australia, 2014 and 2015 F1 World Champions Mercedes Benz has launched an initiative to connect with fans by sending them

UK High Court decides that 8 second video infringes copyright

In what may be classed as a landmark ruling for social video platforms like Vine and Snapchat, a UK High Court judge has ruled that reproducing eight seconds of a