Sportradar in the News – Friday 7th May
Inside World Football – 05/05/21
Sportradar has signed a new memorandum of understanding with the General Directorate National Police of Bulgaria, with the aim of protecting and maintaining the integrity of sports in the country. Under the strategic partnership, the organisations will exchange information, documents and analysis relating to sporting integrity, in order to better tackle fraud, match-fixing and corruption.
iGaming Brazil – 05/05/21
Sportradar has signed a multi-year partnership with Kyodo News Digital, a subsidiary of the leading news agency in Japan. Under the agreement, Sportradar’s market-leading multi-sport data API services and Radar 360 product will be re-distributed to Kyodo’s media clients across Japan. The multi-year deal will see both parties expand a relationship they have had since 2018, which will include the supply and support of a wide range of data from international competitions around the globe including baseball, basketball, soccer, rugby, tennis and golf.
BBC World Service – 05/04/21
Andreas Krannich was interviewed by BBC World Service about this past weekend’s social media blackout and how Sportradar’s Player Protection Service combats social media abuse directed towards athletes.
Audio interview (Sportradar segment starts at 41:48)
The Guardian – 05/03/21
Following sport’s four-day online boycott, Sportradar offered the player Player Protection Service free of charge to the first two English football clubs who got in contact.