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Weekly Briefing: Opta Analytics, Facebook’s Hellish Year & Twitter Finally Makes a Profit

We’re back with another weekly briefing of the best articles out there on the internet this week that you may have missed. Enjoy.

Talking VR & AR at Salford University with Liverpool FC, Sportego and Mi Hiepa

We look forward to this month’s #DSManchester event on VR and AR at the University of Salford’s MediaCity campus – featuring Liverpool FC, Sportego, Mi Hiepa and a whole host of VR experiences!

The Sports Technology Awards give us their 2018 trends in tech predictions

Predictions for 2018’s big tech trends in sport from Rebecca Hopkins, CEO of the Sports Technology Awards Group.

Digital Sport Morning Briefing: Thursday 21st December

Here are this morning’s reads, including a very long (but worth it) read from Rolling Stone, not one you’d usually associate with digital related content. It’s an article on one

Making London the Heart of the Sport Tech World

Technology permeates every part of our lives. From finance and banking to entertainment and dining, the past decade has seen lives reshaped and decisions remade by technological advances. Sport’s adoption

Sports Technology Awards launches and adds new categories for 2018

This week, the 2018 Sports Technology Awards launched, to celebrate innovations in technology in sport over the past year. This year, in addition to the normal categories, there are also

Arsenal follow Barcelona example with launch of Innovation Hub

Arsenal FC have today launched the Arsenal Innovation Lab to work with startup organisations to identify ground-breaking new fan experiences and move the club’s business forward. The Arsenal Innovation Lab

For VR and AR the hype is real, but Mixed Reality is where the future lies

Dan McLaren recounts his experience witht he Microsoft HoloLens at Soccerex 2017.

What the Hero Challenge needs to do if it is to help grow participation in golf back to what it used to be

An article posted right here on Digital Sport back in October explored Golf’s European Tour’s latest innovation, the Hero Challenge. The challenge is essentially a par three, knockout playoff played

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From engagement to affinity – do we need to stop worrying about views and likes?

We all want to be liked, right? Nowhere is this more true than on social media. The rules of marketing have been almost entirely re-written in the past decade, and