Fanatics set up retail stores at each of the three venues hosting PSG games during the tour, with those locations seeing more than 10,000 customers purchase products during the two fixtures.
The arena will promote Philadelphia's long-term economic growth and sustainability by generating $1.9 billion in total economic output during construction and $400 million annually once it opens.
Sauber is linked with Volkswagen-owned Audi, with reports suggesting the German company is looking for a 75 percent stake in the team.
A company official attributed the strong demand for our Soonhari products to the growing popularity of K-content overseas.
The Bundesliga champions aim to create personalized digital experiences in managing relationships with supporters globally to secure their long-term loyalty.
Marks & Spencer removes disposable barbecues from store shelves due to extreme heatwaves in the U.K.
The NFT depicting Johan Cruyff’s iconic flying kick and goal will be auctioned off at Sotheby’s on July 29.
The two parties will develop distinctive activities and online encounters for Red Devils supporters at Old Trafford and elsewhere that are powered by Snapdragon techno
While Unilever is keen to embrace these new virtual worlds, it wants to mitigate the risks and concerns around web3 and the metaverse.
Fast Retailing opens its GU store in NY with the aim of building its presence in the North American market.
F1 renews Brazilian TV broadcast rights with Band until 2025
Formula One has renewed the broadcast rights with Brazilian media company Bandeirantes until 2025.
All qualifying sessions and Grands Prix will continue to be broadcast live on the Rede Bandeirantes channel of the broadcaster known as Band. BandSports will also air all practice sessions from each race weekend as part of the deal, which runs from 2023 to 2025.
Claro Brasil has also entered into a strategic distribution agreement with Formula One, making it the sole Brazilian distributor of the F1 TV Pro over-the-top (OTT) subscription platform.
The agreement will take effect in July and will be available to Claro Brasil customers who will be able to pay for their OTT subscription via their post-paid bills. This is part of a collaboration between Formula One and América Móvil, the parent company of Claro Brasil, which has over 360 million customers in 18 countries.
Band took over from Globo as the domestic broadcaster of Formula One for the 2021 and 2022 seasons, reclaiming the rights after a 41-year absence. Band’s current agreement also enabled Formula One to roll out F1 TV Pro in the country, which was not possible under the series’ previous rights contract.
In March, Notícias da TV reported Band had sold at least US$23.5 million in advertising for its Formula One coverage this year.