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2019 has been an amazing year for women’s sports. Ongoing advancements in digital technology and rising demand for video content have changed the game.

Incorporating the views of over 300 sports professionals, we’ve teamed up with Imagen to explore the relationship between content distribution, technology and the rise of women’s sports in our new whitepaper.

Discover upcoming industry trends from the results of our survey and an easy to follow 5-step guidsiders including:

PwC’s Sports Survey 2019

In it’s fourth edition, PwC’s Sports Survey collected the views of 580 industry leaders coming from 49 countries on growth expectations and a wide range of strategic and organisational topics. While assessing the overall state of the industry, this year’s edition zones in on three important themes: the need for innovation within established sports organisations, the value of direct-to-consumer media distribution and the role of sports federations going forward.

The State of Sports Apps Report 2019

This week we’ll be sharing excerpts from our newly released State of Sports Apps Report. We’re kicking off with worldwide sports apps revenue and our forecast for revenue growth by App Store. App revenue estimates are from Sensor Tower’s Store Intelligence platform.

Worldwide Sports Revenue Trends from Q1 2016 to Q2 2019
Sports category net revenue growth accelerated in 2017 and 2018, and growth remained strong into 2019. Sports apps will look to surpass $100 million in net revenue in Q3 2019. Google Play Sports app revenue grew even faster than the App Store’s. Sports app revenue on Google Play nearly doubled year-over-year to $23.7 million in Q2 2019. Despite this, the App Store still represented 74 percent of Sports app revenue between the two stores in the quarter.

UEFA Club Competition Landscape Report 2019-2020

The inaugural edition of the UEFA Club Competition Landscape Report takes a detailed look at the 80 clubs who will take part in the group stages of the 2019/20 UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League.

Produced by UEFA’s Intelligence Centre – created in 2017 to assist policy-makers and decision-takers in making informed judgments – the publication is packed with data, research and analysis. It shows the trends among these clubs, both in terms of on-field performance and off-the-pitch benchmarks.

The report is a much more boutique publication than the UEFA Intelligence Centre’s now established annual Benchmarking report, and its narrower scope on the 80 clubs in the club competition group stages this season allows for a more agile and up-to-date report.

How the eSports Industry Fares Against Traditional Sports

How the eSports Industry Fares Against Traditional Sports

In just a decade, electronic sports (eSports) has evolved from an underground culture into a mainstream industry worth billions of dollars today.

The industry is growing at an explosive rate, and with major tech giants like Amazon and Google vying for a piece of the pie, the future of this industry is an exciting one.

It’s no surprise that eSports is often compared to its predecessor, traditional sports. However, eSports certainly has none of the typical confines of a traditional sport—so how does it compare in terms of audience size, market potential, and revenue?

SPORT INDUSTRY AWARDS 2020 OPEN NOW

The Sport Industry Awards 2020 are now open for entries, with brand new categories, innovative updates and even more ways for the great and the good of sport business to take home an iconic trophy on the industry’s biggest night of the year.

The Sport Industry Awards celebrate the immense work done behind-the-scenes of the sport sector, honouring the clubs, teams, brands, agencies and innovators that ensure the industry continues to move forward and excel.

Driven by industry feedback, the Sport Industry Awards 2020 will now feature 18 chances to lift a trophy, with new categories included to reflect the ever-changing dynamic of the sporting world – all of which have emerged following a summer of dialogue and consultation.

Among the new categories for 2020 are the Sport Event Coverage Award [replacing 2019’s Media Content Award] and the Creative Content Award [replacing 2019’s Film Content Award], both of which have been developed to honour and award fields of the industry that are changing at a rapid pace.

STRATEGIC RESEARCH AND INNOVATION AGENDA

One of the EPSI activities is putting forward the sports industry’s research and innovation agenda towards the European Commission and national governments. EPSI has developed following activities:

In 2008 the EPSI network has formulated a vision and a strategic research agenda for the European Sports sector towards 2015 (SRA 2015) for the sports sector.
In 2011 a new project was started, called the Prosumer.net project , in which a joint strategic research agenda is formulated for the European Consumer Goods Industry. EPSI is involved in this project through several of its members.
In 2016 EPSI launched the EPSI Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda 2016-2021. This agenda describes the ambition: Leading Sport Innovation Globally

The Global Sport Economy: Contemporary Issues

This book examines the global sports ecosystem through three of its central pillars: Sport marketing, sports equipment manufacture and sales, and sport governance and organization. By focusing on these three themes, the book presents a nuanced and multi-faceted view of how the global sports economy works and what its main strategic challenges and opportunities are.

Offering a balance between theory and practice, and adopting an international perspective with case studies and examples from the Americas, Europe and Asia, the book addresses key issues such as corporate social responsibility, the impact of culture on international sport business, innovation and entrepreneurship, and consumer behaviour.

The Global Sport Economy is fascinating reading for students, researchers and practitioners with an interest in sport business and management, sport marketing, the sporting goods industry and distribution and sport governance.

Introducing “Leveraging Intellectual Property in the Global Sports Economy”

A strong global IP system is what any sports fan would call clutch. Strong IP protections have the power to transform a person kicking a ball on a dirt field into a professional athlete kicking a ball under the lights of a multi-million dollar stadium filled with thousands of fans in identical jerseys waving to millions of viewers watching on screens around the world. In short, strong IP protections transform sports into a commercially productive asset.

The global market for sporting events alone in 2014 was valued at $80 billion, with a forecast 7% growth rate. The addition of sporting goods, apparel, equipment, and health and fitness spending brings that value to $700 billion. Building on these numbers and more, our new study, “Leveraging Intellectual Property in the Global Sports Economy,” quantifies sports as an asset worth 1% of global GDP

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