Digital Sport Events

Introducing our third panellist for our Euro 2020 event: COPA90’s Barry Flanigan

On the 28th January, Digital Sport will be hosting our first event of the decade, looking at Euro 2020 and the digital challenges it faces in this unique year as

Introducing our second panellist for our Euro 2020 event: The FA’s Chris Bryant

By Ash Dunsford-Tagg & James Bayliss On the 28th January, Digital Sport will be hosting our first event of the decade, looking at Euro 2020 and the digital challenges it

Introducing our first panellist for our Euro 2020 event: The FA’s Jim Lucas

On the 28th January, Digital Sport will be hosting our first event of the decade, looking at Euro 2020 and the digital challenges it faces in this unique year as

Our Euro 2020 event is coming!

Our latest event is coming very soon – don’t miss out on the chance to hear experts in the football industry discuss the unique tournament hitting Europe this summer. With

Benfica launch innovative OTT platform

Benfica has become the first club in Portugal and one of the first in the world to launch a digital video platform featuring exclusive content produced daily for its fans. The

Understanding the logistics of Euro 2020 ahead of Digital Sport’s January event

By Michael Constanti To kick-off the new decade, Digital Sport are hosting an event to showcase how the Euro’s will use digital and technology to overcome the challenges of a

A little more about our Sports Publisher Summit partner: Snack Media

By Neil Kennett Digital Sport host monthly events to celebrate the sport industry, but also to challenge what digital and technology advancements are to come and how it could affect

Our top takeaways from the Rugby World Cup Retrospective

The Rugby World Cup Retrospective, held in a stunning room at DAZN, brought the Rugby World Cup back to life in what was a celebration of the tournament and the

Shane Whelan talks ahead of Rugby World Cup Retrospective

The Rugby World Cup was won by the Springboks after they fought past hosts Japan, Six Nations Champions Wales and All-Black killers England to win the most prestigious prize in

RFU’s Ewan Turney speaks ahead of the Rugby World Cup Retrospective

The Rugby World Cup was won by the Springboks after they fought past hosts Japan, Six Nations Champions Wales and All-Black killers England to win the most prestigious prize in