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BERLIN (Reuters) - Digital sports provider DAZN Group has won the German rights to broadcast European soccer Champions League matches for the 2021/22 season, the Bild daily reported on Thursday, along with Amazon.com, a blow to Comcast's Sky.
MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - Premier League soccer club Manchester United have agreed a partnership with e-commerce giant Alibaba in an effort to extend the club's engagement with fans in China.
LONDON (Reuters) - Jeffrey Schlupp delivered for 10-man Crystal Palace as he marked streaming giant Amazon's arrival into Premier League broadcasting with a late goal in his side's 1-0 victory over Bournemouth on Tuesday.
MUMBAI (Reuters) - The owners of Premier League champions Manchester City have agreed to buy 65% of Indian soccer team Mumbai City FC, expanding their global stable of clubs to eight in countries from China to Japan to the United States.
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - The Mexican Grand Prix will be streamed live and free on Amazon.com's Twitch entertainment platform for the first time in six European countries, Formula One said on Wednesday.
CHIBA, Tokyo (Reuters) - Jason Day won the Japan Skins game on Monday but the real winner was probably Tiger Woods, who reported a clean bill of health in his first competitive round since undergoing knee surgery two months ago.
(Reuters) - Romelu Lukaku and Lautaro Martinez scored two goals each as Inter Milan survived a late fightback to beat Sassuolo 4-3 at the Mapei Stadium on Sunday.
BEIJING (Reuters) - Some Chinese National Basketball Association (NBA) fans have asked for streaming subscription refunds from exclusive service provider Tencent amid a deepening free speech row, a move that could cause the tech giant financial pain.
SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Chinese organisers on Wednesday cancelled a fan event on the eve of a National Basketball Association (NBA) exhibition game in Shanghai, the latest fallout in a growing dispute over a tweet by a team official supporting protests in Hong Kong.
TOKYO/BEIJING (Reuters) - Chinese state television said on Tuesday it would not air NBA exhibition games played in the country this week, heaping pressure on the U.S. basketball league after a tweet by a Houston Rockets executive backing protests in Hong Kong.