BT Sport has launched Innovate 21, a competition seeking ideas for new sports broadcast experiences from entrepreneurs, creatives and start-ups. The competition will provide one lucky winner with the opportunity to be at the heart of BT Sport’s industry leading innovation.
BT has today launched Draw The Line, the start of a multi-million pound BT campaign to address the issue of hate speech on social media and take meaningful action. Hate speech on social media is a growing issue
BT has connected 70 grassroots football clubs across the UK with broadband (Wi-Fi) and digital skills training, as clubs and their communities look to recover from the COVID-19 crisis.
Virgin Media is launching the Virgin Media Football Academy, a series of lesson plans, training videos and a special live lesson designed with experts from the famed Southampton FC Academy to help teachers and pupils bounce back into physical education
EE is to host the world’s first 5G AR Foosball tournament live from Wembley Stadium. The star-studded line-up has been announced: on Team Aqua it’s Gareth Southgate, Yungen, Ugo Monye, Fara Williams and Elz the Witch, and on Team Yellow it’s Peter Crouch, Joe Cole, James Haskell, Chelcee Grimes and Lia Lewis.
BT is to continue its support and investment into club rugby after agreeing a new three-year sponsorship deal with the four Welsh regions – Cardiff Blues, Scarlets, Dragons and Ospreys.
Vodafone UK and Ireland has launched a new official app with the British & Irish Lions that will for the first time allow rugby fans to ‘become a Lion’, virtually.
O2 and The Rugby Football Union (RFU) have announced a new five-year partnership of the national teams, bringing spend parity across the men’s and women’s games
As part of the partnership between Three UK and Chelsea FC, Three is offering fans the chance to become its latest signing by offering a new Chelsea FC tariff from today.
BT Sport has today made its app available on Fire TV, Android TV, Roku streaming players and Roku TV models. BT Sport customers who also have the necessary subscription plus a 4K capable Fire TV, Roku streaming device, or, one of the 4K devices running Android TV.
Huawei has quit its major sponsorship of rugby league club the Canberra Raiders in Australia, decrying the "continued negative business environment" towards the company in the country. The company, which sponsored the Raiders for almost a decade, signed a new two-year deal to be the main sponsor of the club last year, but will end the deal one year early at the conclusion of the 2020 season.