Netflix’s “First Team” shows clubs a new way to reinforce their image

First Team: Juventus gives viewers a new perspective on the club and one other teams should think about emulating.

Finding Value in OTT: A Q&A with Fantastec Managing Partner Steve Madincea

Digital Sport caught up with Steve Madincea about Fantastec’s acquisition of OTT platform Colony and the future of live-streaming.

Can sports use esports and gaming to recruit new players?

One of the main barriers to entry into a new sport – for both potential fans and players – is learning the rules. Esports can help with that.

World first for Aston Villa with integrated fan card payment technology

Aston Villa Football Club has become the first club in the world to integrate pre-paid contactless and chip and pin payment technology into its season and member cards. The new

BBC Sport announce impressive digital viewing figures for PyeongChang Games

The BBC’s digital viewing figures for the PyeongChang games shot up more than threefold from four years ago in Sochi.

Intel plan to use the 2020 Tokyo Olympics to change the face of sport using 5G.

The Olympic Games is often the place where new technology is showcased. In 2020, that could be 5G, and it could change the use of technology in sport.

Can Augmented Reality turn the stadium into a whole new world?

Xperiel’s Real World Web aims to transform the stadium into a giant games console, making the experience of attending a game a different proposition to TV broadcast.

The decline of Facebook Live leaves clues about the future of video on the platform

Facebook Live might be on its way out, but that might give us a clue as to where video is heading on the social media platform.

Man United use heavyweight Chelsea clash to promote YouTube partnership

Manchester United have launched a YouTube channel, and their push during the Chelsea game shows the power that both brands have.

Man City are even the best at celebrating trophies on social media

Manchester City’s social media celebrations were innovative as the club managed to involve the fans in new and exciting ways.