DAZN, the live and on-demand streaming service owned by digital sports media specialist Perform, has bolstered its combat sports content by agreeing a multi-year rights deal with US mixed martial arts promotion Bellator.
DAZN, the OTT service operated by digital sports media company Perform, has acquired exclusive rights in Canada for football’s Uefa Champions League and Europa League.
Japanese advertising giant Dentsu is set to acquire an undisclosed stake in Perform Group, the digital sports-media company that operates OTT service DAZN.
The South American Football Confederation (Conmebol) has selected a consortium made up of the IMG agency and digital media company Perform as its new partner for the commercialisation of its club competitions for the four-year cycle spanning 2019 to 2022, stating that the offer is worth a guaranteed minimum of $1.4bn (€1.17bn).
Goal, the football news website operated by digital sports media company Perform, has agreed a media partnership with international pay-television broadcaster Fox Sports for the revived WAFU Nations Cup.
Goal, the football news website operated by digital sports media company Perform, has agreed a deal to show video coverage of this year’s Arab Championship club football tournament.
DAZN, the OTT service operated by digital sports media company Perform, has confirmed it will launch in Canada “this summer” and will be the exclusive home in the country of the NFL American football league’s Game Pass digital subscription package.
Media company CSI Sports, the owner of Fight Sports, has struck a distribution deal for the pay-television channel with DAZN, the recently-launched OTT service operated by digital-media company Perform.
DAZN, the OTT sports subscription service operated by digital media specialist Perform, has agreed a deal to begin streaming coverage of Professional Squash Association events to audiences in Japan.
Digital sports media group Perform has announced the launch of Goal Studios, a new digital football agency that will work with rights-holders, commercial partners and other agencies.
Digital sports media group Perform has agreed a deal with Chinese search engine company Beijing Baidu Netcom Science and Technology to launch its goal.com football news and video website in the country.