Arsenal have launched an official chatbot available on Facebook Messenger, Slack, Skype and Telegram. The tool was created by the app GameOn and takes fan interaction to another level. Supporters can chat with an automated Robert Pires while also gaining access to the club’s news, results, videos, player stats and ticketing information.
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— Arsenal FC (@Arsenal) October 24, 2018
This girl can has published another creative ad to celebrate the variety of ways women can add exercise into their lives. Using the #FitGotReal, this new video shows women finding unconventional way to exercise such as Zumba classes or running with buggy’s.
To our buggy pushers, first time swimmers, trampoliners and Zumba dancers. To the women getting active inside, outside, on wheels and in their pyjamas. To all the women fitting exercise into their already busy lives, this one is for you. #FitGotReal #ThisGirlCan pic.twitter.com/YW8S1LuQi7
— This Girl Can (@ThisGirlCanUK) October 26, 2018
Snack Media are launching a new streaming aggregator, StreamFOOTBALL in partnership with Stream Time. The platform is set to include content from individual clubs, players and major publishers. While the number of online football content users continues to grow steadily, it is the right time for publishers to deliver fans a unique streaming product, grow audiences and drive new revenues.
— Snack Media (@snackmedia) October 24, 2018
West Ham have signed Paul Robinson Solicitors as their first Official Legal partner. The Essex-based firm is the first legal partner to be associated with the Premier League. The firm will support the club throughout this season when it comes to community and local activities as well as supporting local clubs and causes in order to increase engagement with local fans.
— West Ham United (@WestHamUtd) October 25, 2018
Bleacher Report’s House of Highlights show on Instagram is now producing a talk show for twitter. The American sports website bought the Instagram sensation media brand back in 2015. The live monthly programme will includes 8 episodes of 75 minutes featuring guests, sports news and highlights of individual games. The new show has already found sponsorship deals with brands such as McDonald’s, UberEats and Venmo. The first episode dropped yesterday.
— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) October 26, 2018