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Tyson Fury lands £80m ESPN deal; but Deontay Wilder ‘rematch still...

British heavyweight boxing star Tyson Fury has reportedly signed a TV deal worth £80 million ($103.4 million) with US sports broadcasting giant ESPN. The tie-up will see Fury’s future fights...

DAZN to spend ₹18,000 Cr on media rights acquisition: Report

DAZN is planning to spend around US$2.5 billion (₹18,000 crore) on global media rights this year. The enormous media buying plans were revealed by MP &...

FIH inks four-year media rights extension agreement with DAZN

The International Hockey Federation (FIH) has renewed its media rights agreement with DAZN for a period of four years (2019-2022). The rights include all FIH...

DAZN, Alvarez create boxing history with $365 million deal

Perform Group-owned sports streaming service DAZN and Canelo Alvarez have inked a record five-year, 11-bout deal worth a minimum $365 million. The deal makes the...

OTT boom, market saturation lead HBO to end 45-year pro boxing...

HBO has decided to end its legacy of 45 years of live boxing broadcast. The American television network is driven to the situation by the boom in...

DAZN announces Cristiano Ronaldo as its first global brand ambassador

Perform Group-owned OTT sports streaming service DAZN has roped in Portuguese and Juventus football star Cristiano Ronaldo as its first global brand ambassador. The 2.5-year...

After $1bn Matchroom boxing deal, DAZN adds Bellator MMA to its...

DAZN, the Perform Group-owned live and on-demand sports streaming service has augmented its portfolio by inking a landmark multi-year global distribution agreement with Bellator,...

Perform Group and Matchroom announce $1 billion boxing deal

Global sports media company Perform Group and Matchroom Boxing has announced a $1 billion eight-year deal which will see the creation of a US-based...

DAZN bags FIH broadcast rights for Germany, Austria, Switzerland

DAZN will broadcast all major international hockey events until 2018 in Germany, Austria and Switzerland, including next year’s Hockey World Cups. This ensures that...
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