England netball have signed new deals with Sky, the BBC and Nike ahead of the 2019 Netball World Cup next July. Sky will broadcast every game live across all 10 days of the competition while the BBC will show every game free-to-air from day four onwards. Nike has also struck a multi-year partnership with the Roses providing them with both training and match day kits.
— England Netball ???????? (@EnglandNetball) November 27, 2018
Sky Sports and the BBC have signed a deal to become the UK broadcast partners for next year's Netball World Cup, which will take place in Liverpool #SportsBiz https://t.co/bqWCT1TL7p pic.twitter.com/H8lDmFmSua
— SportsPro (@SportsPro) November 27, 2018
Tiger Woods and GolfTV have agreed a brand-new partnership to offer behind-the-scenes access to the American sportsman’s PGA tour, including weekly practice, instructional videos and exclusive post-round commentary. GolfTV is American channel, Discovery’s new on-demand video streaming service which will arrive on screens in 2019.
GOLFTV + @TigerWoods. Coming in 2019.
— GOLFTV (@GOLFTV) November 28, 2018
Eleven Sports has launched a new tool called ‘Watch Together’ to improve fan experience. The free viewing feature is similar to that of Skype and enables up to five fans to watch the same live sports event together.
In a world first for the sports market, ELEVEN SPORTS has announced a pioneering new feature called ‘Watch Together’
Watch Together will allow groups of up to 5 fans watch and experience live sporting action in an online room, celebrating every moment together ???????????????????? pic.twitter.com/DzQ2AuAtRv
— Eleven Sports HQ (@ElevenSportsHQ) November 29, 2018
Liverpool and Mitel have agreed a multi-year partnership. The Canadian telecoms company is set to become their Global unified communication partner. Their main role will be to improve fan experiences, employee collaboration and to better connect with fans. This partnership marks the second Premier League deal for Mitel after it teamed up with Tottenham last year.
— Mitel® Official (@Mitel) November 26, 2018
Manchester City has agreed a partnership with cloud software company, Acronis. This will enable the 2017/18 Premier League champions to manage data storage and back-up functions. Acronis will manage and protect all the data City collect from the players’ performances to daily business operations.
What a beautiful way to celebrate our new data protection and storage partnership with @ManCity! Acronis invited partners, customers, and team’s executives for a Gala Celebration in Abu Dhabi. Special thanks to #ManCity CEO, Ferran Soriano. https://t.co/CpDUiYMv1F #Acronis pic.twitter.com/DdgYgmsT3K
— Acronis (@Acronis) November 27, 2018