Multinational sports data and media rights firm Sportradar has moved to expand its Asian operations, opening a new 2,800-sqft office in the heart of Singapore.
The Singapore office will support a number of new Asian partnerships secured by the technology group in 2017 and 2018, which include: the Asian Football Confederation (AFC), the Philippines Basketball League (PBA), Liga Indonesia, the Indian Super League (football).
Furthermore, in the past months, Sportradar has built up its Asian media profile securing new data and content partnerships with regional broadcasters CCTV China, Rakuten Asia, NAVER Korea and Dentsu Japan.
Sportradar governance, details that its new Singapore Asia HQ will form a critical part of the firm’s ‘accelerated Asia growth strategy’, with Sportradar seeking to further sporting federations and organisations to partner with.
Agus Sugama, Country Director, Sportradar Singapore commented on the office opening “The new office symbolizes our commitment to the Asia region, as we expand and continue to change the way businesses and sports federations engage their fans and consumers through sports data and digital content, as well as protecting the integrity of sports”
Sportradar Singapore represents the firm’s 20th international office servicing all continents.