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Displaying items by tag: Soccer

Wednesday, 13 April 2022 11:19

Xero supports womenʼs football

Cloud accounting software provider Xero has teamed up with FIFA womenʼs football in an arrangement that will cover the Womenʼs World Cup Australia and New Zealand 2023, as well as the 2024 and 2026 U-20 Womenʼs World Cups and U-17 Womenʼs World Cups.

Published in Deals

With esports the world’s fastest growing spectator sport, Australia’s E-League has a new sponsor, the return of a host of World Cup stars, the defending Premiers and the promise of an intense new format.

Published in Entertainment

Do a search for Optus Sport on Samsung TVs and you'll see plenty of people have found ways of doing just that, but now it's officially supported in what is a very sporting decision.

Published in Home Tech

As summer progresses and sport occupies the mind, for the majority it is a time to sit back and relax. But not for Sportradar, a company that uses data analytics in cleaning up fraud in Australian sport and maintaining integrity. This is a time of heightened activity for the company.

Published in Data

Optus is increasing its premium football content, "demonstrating its commitment to becoming the home of premium football", with the acquisition of Australian broadcast and transmission rights to three major UEFA leagues for the next three years.

Published in Entertainment

Telstra became the sponsor of the Football Federation Australia in May for a five-year term of digital rights and sponsorship, creating the My Football Live app, and now the first match has been streamed live.

Published in Entertainment

Imagine if your favourite sports event was presented in a totally 21st century, immersive broadcasting experience for viewers, with real-time data analysis and even more detailed information for coaches and players?

Published in Entertainment

Computer peripherals manufacturer Logitech is making a bid to capitalise on next month's World Cup football tournament by issuing wireless mice in the colours of different participating countries.

Published in Hardware

If you’re a being that loves sport, and you’re a Foxtel subscriber, then you’ve just scored free access to be in beIN’s Sports Connect app to watch anywhere you are.

Published in Entertainment

Global consumer electronics company Hisense, the parent company of Hisense Australia, has been named as the official television sponsor of the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia.

Published in Strategy
Wednesday, 04 May 2016 19:14

Choice sticks boot into Optus soccer balls

Suggesting its cheaper to fly to the UK to watch a single Premier League game than it is to subscribe to the Optus EPL 24-month bundle, Choice says Optus puts football fans offside.

Published in Entertainment

Optus has announced its English Premier League plans which include expanding its football offering with the 2018 FIFA World Cup.

Published in Entertainment
Monday, 02 November 2015 12:14

Optus snares Premier League rights

Optus has secured exclusive Australian rights to broadcast the Barclays Premier League for three seasons beginning in August 2016.

Published in Deals
Wednesday, 08 July 2015 17:50

SAP signs with City Football Group

Football clubs Manchester City, Melbourne City, New York City and Yokohama F Marinos are set to use SAP's cloud applications following a deal between City Football Group and the Germany-based software giant.

Published in Deals
Thursday, 23 October 2014 15:15

Epson buyers score AFC Asian Cup tickets

Epson is capitalising on its sponsorship of the AFC Asian Cup soccer competition by offering free tickets to printer buyers.

Published in Print Solutions
Thursday, 31 July 2014 18:32

World Cup sets records for Akamai

Content delivery specialist Akamai says the recently-concluded FIFA World Cup set a new record for live sports events and contributed to the highest-ever total traffic peak.

Published in Entertainment
Monday, 23 June 2014 15:14

SBS gets head start with Freeview Plus

Good news for fans of SBS and fans of crazy new TV technology - the free-to-air broadcaster is the first to launch its new Web-enabled TV HbbTV technology, letting users view On Demand video seamlessly with digital TV.

Published in Entertainment
Thursday, 05 June 2014 14:44

Australia's riskiest Socceroos revealed

The world's 'riskiest' soccer players have been revealed, with six Socceroos rated the most likely to attract malware according to new research.

Published in Security
Tuesday, 27 May 2014 11:28

Kogan's million-dollar World Cup tippo

Ecommerce poster boy Ruslan Kogan's company is putting more than $1 million on the line in a World Cup tipping competition open to Australian, New Zealand and England residents.

Published in Entertainment

Allied Telesis and Panasonic have joined forces to deliver ICT infrastructure to one of stadiums which has been built for the World Cup in Brazil.

Published in Deals
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