Written By: Joshua Mason IBM are one of the biggest technology companies in the world, specializing in hardware and computing. The American giants are now turning their sights on sport and how their skilled resources can improve experiencing sport both as a live spectator and at home with a device.
Written by: Dan Bradshaw Fantasy football is all about bragging rights and glory. Of course, just knowing you’re the victor and reminding your friends of it on a daily basis just isn’t enough. While sports networks like ESPN offer online trophies, and CBS even offers cash prizes, closing ceremonies just
Written By: Edward Wade The Super Bowl is undoubtedly one of the biggest sporting events in the world. An astonishing 113 million people tuned in to watch America’s biggest event last year and that figure will only increase in 2016. The showpiece sporting fixture will be broadcast in 185 countries
Written by: Andrew Clayton Fantasy Football: Why Fans Should Monitor the “Post-Wembley Wave” Fantasy football has become ingrained in a lot of football fan’s weekly schedule––let’s face it, for 99.9% of us, it’s the closest we’ll ever get to manage a team of that stature. So, for the most part,