Data collection from sports events: a nonexclusive future?
With the UK football leagues entering the final year of their current data partnerships and the ever-increasing focus on data as critical sports content, the time is right for the model for data commercialisation in sport to be critically evaluated.
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About the Author
Andrew Nixon is a Partner in the Sport Group at Sheridans. Referred to in this year's Legal 500 as a “very bright and talented sports lawyer” Andrew's practice focuses principally on regulatory, governance, disciplinary, arbitration and dispute resolution within the sport sector. Andrew's clients include governing bodies, sports clubs, sports agencies and individual athletes.