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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.

This Deadline Day may be big, but social will not reach summer levels of hype

This transfer window has seen plenty of big money moves, but the social media hype has not reached summer levels.

Man City’s latest social media campaign urges fans to support men’s and women’s teams equally

Portraying the men’s and women’s sides equally on social media shows Man City are committed to changing hearts and minds.

Global eLeagues announce major tournament to be broadcast by Goal

Launch of eFootball league sees top teams battle it out in a tournament broadcast by publisher Goal.com.

UFC Europe posts impressive 2017 engagement results on social media

UFC’s impressive social numbers in Europe show their dedicated fanbase around the world will surely only grow in 2018.

Digital Sport Trends 2018: The opportunities for digital in the new year

We asked industry leaders for their highlights of 2017 and their take on the opportunities that 2018 will bring. This is what they said.

Winter Olympics will be an insight into the current power of live streaming

The Winter Olympics this February will be a chance to see just how much clout the new phenomenon of ‘free-to-air’ live-streaming really has.

2017 Review: The Top 10 #DigiSport stories of the year

Our top ten stories of the year ranked by pageviews – the perfect way to see what’s made a storm in #Digisport this year.

Facebook and Twitter are so mainstream Man City & AS Roma look elsewhere for innovation

When sports organisations started being about more than just sport, it all started with commercial partners and sponsorship deals. That branched out into a race for more and more fans

How Cricket Australia and England Cricket contested the Ashes on social media

Emily Clark takes a look at the Ashes social media contest between Cricket Australia and England Cricket across Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat.