Premier League’s winter break poses a smart compromise to see players get a rest but to keep the show on the road for fans – but it leaves little room for innovation where other leagues can take advantage.
ESPN will be able to show Bayern Munich-created content across their digital and social platforms as well as on their TV shows.
Today’s Daily Digest includes how MLS leveraged Zlatan Ibrahimovic to deliver upon the massive hype, and why Facebook adds to sport’s data fears.
As the Bundesliga shows us to put on proper sports tech events we see NBA team up with Intel to find new innovations and McLaren looks to the cloud with Dell.
The Bundesliga have approved ad technology after it was trialled at Borussia Dortmund recently.
A match in October between Bayern Munich reserves and 1860 Munich saw new technology tested out for the first time in a televised game.
Hertha Berlin’s history-making esports youth development programme shows football clubs’ interest in esports isn’t just a passing fancy.
German football giants FC Bayern Munich have announced today that they will hold their very first hackathon event, to take place at the Allianz Arena in Munich from 19 to
This week, the NBA launched their first augmented reality (AR) app, allowing basketball fans to shoot hoops anywhere, anytime using their phone screen. The app projects a hoop and a