Japan

Filipino sports media platform Tap Digital Media Ventures has acquired digital and linear television rights for Japanese B.League basketball for the 2021-22 season

The International Cricket Council has agreed a deal with Cricket Australia which will see the world governing body for cricket stream Australia's forthcoming summer matches in some markets in Europe and…

The upcoming Tokyo 2020 Paralympics will be shown by more than 150 broadcasters in a record 177 territories after the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) detailed coverage plans for the Games

Sports streaming service DAZN has announced a media rights deal in Japan covering all Asian Football Confederation club and national competitions for the next eight years

Japanese pay-television broadcaster Sky PerfecTV, the Bundesliga’s rights-holding broadcaster in Japan, is launching the Bundesliga Live App to deliver a tailored viewing experience for fans.

Japanese commercial broadcaster Fuji TV has agreed a deal with the Professional Triathletes Organisation (PTO) to air its flagship event, the Collins Cup

J Sports, the Japanese pay-television broadcaster, has renewed its agreement for exclusive broadcast rights to cycling’s Tour de France and the Vuelta a España.

Viewers of the Tokyo Olympics will be able to interact with the Games via digital features including video walls within venues and a 'cheer map' that will visualise virtual cheering by fans around the…

Sports streaming service DAZN has strengthened its commitment to women’s football after becoming the official broadcast partner of the Japanese Women Empowerment (WE) League for the next eight years.

Sports streaming service DAZN has agreed an exclusive media rights deal for the AFC Champions League in Japan for the next eight years

HBA Media, the horse racing media rights agency, has agreed a string of new deals for this year’s edition of the prestigious UK meeting at Royal Ascot.

Subscription sports streaming platform DAZN has acquired rights in Canada and Japan to the Ultimate Tennis Showdown

Sports media rights markets in Asia-Pacific stand at a crossroads following the exit of longstanding pan-regional player Fox Sports Asia.

Broadcast rights to Italian football’s Coppa Italia and Supercoppa Italiana from 2021-22 to 2023-24 have been acquired by a string of agencies and broadcasters in different international markets.

World Table Tennis, the commercial arm of the of the International Table Tennis Federation, has signed a broadcast rights deal with Japanese terrestrial and satellite broadcaster TV Tokyo until 2024

Extreme E, the new electric off-road series, has agreed a rights deal in Japan with pay-TV broadcaster J Sports to show the championship across its linear channels

Sports data and technology company Genius Sports has signed an exclusive international streaming and data rights deal with Japanese basketball’s B.League.