Super Sports Media Group (China)

Three big deals by telco China Mobile have raised cautious hopes for competition in the Chinese rights market after a dreadful 2020.

Mobile telco China Mobile Migu has agreed a landmark sponsorship and media-rights deal for Asian Football Confederation competitions spanning the 2021-24 period

China’s sports media-rights market is in the throes of a major correction, with the OTT platforms that have driven growth in the last five years seeking to renegotiate a string of deals.

DDMC Fortis, the agency with the exclusive mandate to market Asian Football Confederation commercial rights in the 2021-28 period, is rebranding as Football Marketing Asia (FMA)

Chinese video streaming platform iQiyi, which is backed by search company Baidu and is a partner of agency Super Sports Media, has obtained rights to the 2020 Uefa European Championship

Chinese online entertainment service iQIYI has formed a joint venture with media company Super Sports Media entitled Beijing Xin'ai Sport Media Technology, with the platform attracting its first wave of…

China’s Super Sports Media has moved to expand its portfolio of football content by acquiring rights to the Uefa Nations League, the national team tournament launched by the sport’s European governing body.

The English Premier League’s new media-rights deal in China is one of the most valuable ever signed in the country.

The English Premier League has launched an early tender in China in order to reap the benefits of the country’s buoyant media-rights market.

LeSports has become the first Chinese internet operator to secure English Premier League rights in the upcoming 2016-17 season.

Hong Kong-based media content and publishing company Culturecom Holdings has completed a deal to acquire Chinese media company Super Sports Media.

Football’s English Premier League confirmed today (Tuesday) a rights deal in Hong Kong with Chinese IPTV operator LeTV.

CCTV 5, the sports channel operated by Chinese state broadcaster CCTV, has acquired rights for football’s English Premier League.

The value of Premier League internet rights increased hugely in deals in China, but the value of digital clips in the UK remained flat in this week’s deal with Sky.

Super Sports Media Group eyes IPO and more top European football