Sportradar enters data/audio visual rights with Australia’s NBL1

Sportradar has entered a long-term data and audio-visual partnership with Australia’s professional semi-elite basketball league, NBL1. Sportradar will become the new partner to NBL1 for these services, taking over from an incumbent. 

The new partnership covers all national NBL1 Conferences for both men’s and women’s competitions, as well as the Victorian-based State Championship.

Sportradar has secured the official data and audio-visual rights to over 1,500 Australian basketball games annually, which the company will supply to its downstream partners alongside other basketball properties in its portfolio such as the National Basketball Association (NBA) whom it has worked with since 2016.

Sportradar is an official integrity partner to the National Basketball League, this latest partnership is a clear indication from the NBL that Sportradar is their partner of choice to grow and expand their interest and commercial viabilities in the region.

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