Football replaces tennis as most suspicious in IBIA Q2 integrity report

Football and tennis have continued as the main sources of suspicious betting alerts in the International Betting Integrity Association’s (IBIA) Q2 update.  However, football replaced...

Stats Perform: Helping sports content creators to ‘up their game’ with...

Changing consumer demands have placed a heavier burden on sports stakeholders to engage fans with a data-driven strategy - something Stats Perform aims to...

Stats Perform ‘to identify new performance trends’ with Opta Vision product

Stats Perform has moved to bolster its performance analysis offering for sports broadcasters, launching its Opta Vision product.  The product will be offered to broadcasters...

Sportradar ‘profitable growth story’ as Q1 2021 earnings hit €167.9m

Sportradar has detailed continued progress in its corporate strategy as a public enterprise, as its revenues in the first quarter are bolstered by North...

Matt Furniss, Stats Perform: Taking FA Cup data ‘with a pinch...

The FA Cup represents a significant challenge for clubs of all sizes, but for data providers operating behind the scenes a different set of...

LaLiga predicts ‘start of recovery period’ following 2020/21 report

LaLiga's 2020/21 economic report has demonstrated revenue losses coinciding with the pandemic, with a total league income of €3,818m - 24.1% less than the...

GLMS highlights Beijing and AFCON operations as football dominates Q1 alerts...

Football was the cause of most alerts in the Global Lottery Monitoring System’s (GLMS) Q1 report, whilst the body also highlighted its sporting integrity...

Stats Perform renews Birkbeck University collaboration

Stats Perform has renewed its partnership with Birkbeck, University of London, where it will support the delivery of a dedicated football analytics module as...

DFL reveals €4.05 billion revenue drop for Bundesliga in 2020-21

The Deutsche Fußball Liga (DFL) has revealed that the total revenue of the Bundesliga and Bundesliga 2 fell to €4.05 billion in the 2020-21...

Everton reports £170m loss following ‘unique set’ of financial circumstances

Everton FC has reported losses of at least £170 million which have been attributed to the impact on the club of COVID-19 restrictions, with...