SportBusiness staff, Asia

The China Sports Media agency has agreed a three-season deal to distribute the international media rights for the Chinese Volleyball Super League (CVL), from 2021-22 to 2023-24

Sony Pictures Networks (SPN) has confirmed the renewal of its exclusive linear television and digital rights in the Indian subcontinent for Uefa club competitions for the 2021-22 to 2023-24 cycle

Japanese pay-television broadcaster Wowow has renewed its rights for the Australian Open tennis grand slam in a multi-year deal beginning in 2022

Four Korean broadcasters with rights to the country's baseball league are seeking compensation due to disruptions to this season's schedule caused by the Covid-19 pandemic

Migu, the video streaming service run by Chinese telco China Mobile, has renewed its domestic media rights for the Chinese Volleyball Super League (CVL) for three seasons, 2021-22 to 2023-24

Melbourne's Flemington horse racing track will appear on virtual, NFT-powered horse racing platform Zed Run under a deal with Victoria Racing Club

Dylan Azzopardi, the businessman behind Australian sports streaming platform Sports Flick, is suing the current owner of the company, Dominic Galati, for A$12.7m ($9.5m/€8.2

US investment firm Silver Lake is close to acquiring a 30-per-cent stake in the commercial rights business of Australia's domestic football leagues, according to Australian newspapers the Sun-Herald and…

Singaporean telco StarHub has agreed a carriage deal for the new pan-regional, Southeast Asia SPOTV sports pay-television channels

The Glazer family, CVC Capital Partners, Cristiano Ronaldo and superstar Bollywood couple Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh are among the parties linked to bids for new Indian Premier League franchise…

Australian broadcaster Nine Entertainment is close to extending its biggest sports media rights property, free-to-air rights for the National Rugby League, according to local media

Australia's Women's National Basketball League has renewed domestic media-rights deals with pay-television broadcaster Foxtel and public-service broadcaster ABC for the 2021-22 season