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The Perform Group is in advanced talks over a deal for Women’s Tennis Association rights in France from 2017, TV Sports Markets understands.

The Perform Group will next year launch two OTT subscription services – one in Japan and one across Germany, Austria and Switzerland – as part of a move which could transform how live sport is delivered to consumers.

Interview with Simon Denyer, chief executive of the Perform Group, on the company’s plans to set up an OTT service in Germany, Austria and Switzerland, and Japan.

The Perform Group has acquired betting rights to Spain’s LaLiga and France’s Ligue 1 in recent weeks, affirming its position as the leading supplier of streaming rights to bookmakers.

The global betting rights for Spain’s LaLiga will come to the market this summer, at a time when the betting rights market is reaching a fever pitch due to the aggressive entrance of the IMG Events & Media agency.

Interview with Michel Masquelier, chairman of IMG Events & Media, on the agency’s increasing expansion into the betting rights market.

Digital media company Perform and the IMG Events & Media agency have come away honours even after head-to-head battles for two of the biggest contracts in the sports betting rights market.

Interview with Simon Denyer, joint chief executive of Perform, on the company’s new 10-year deal with the Women’s Tennis Association.

Data from the Know the Fan – The Global Sports Media Consumption Report 2014 suggests that an opportunity for sports and media companies to engage fans and drive revenues by using internet-connected TV sets is being missed.

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MP & Silva sold Serie A and Ligue 1 online betting rights to the Perform Group. But just nine months ago it sold the same rights to Rightster as part of a launch of a joint venture with the company. So what’s going on?