Business Of Sport, Business /

KamaGames nets partnership deal with Man Utd

KamaGames nets partnership deal with Man Utd

Firm will become club’s official social games partner - Dublin-headquartered Kama Games is set to double its headcount in Ireland after signing a partnership deal with Manchester United.

Ewan MacKenna Burnout of body and mind has already pulled in at the station for Gaelic football

Ewan MacKenna Burnout of body and mind has already pulled in at the station for Gaelic football

In a league of     their own

In a league of their own

Behind every professional footballer is an agent and an increasing number of football’s middle men are Irish, writes John Fallon

Patriots look ready to roll

Patriots look ready to roll

Why ice would be nice

Why ice would be nice

The only dedicated ice rink in the country closed in 2000, and as far as the government is concerned, Ireland has no ice skaters and needs no rink, writes Catherine O’Mahony

Bruce Mansour, managing director, Make It Happen Inc. (MIH) Ireland & Canada

Bruce Mansour, managing director, Make It Happen Inc. (MIH) Ireland & Canada

Meet the moneymen

Meet the moneymen

Sexton most marketable star as sponsorship budgets grow

Sexton most marketable star as sponsorship budgets grow

Returning rugby star Jonathan Sexton is the most marketable Irish personality for 2015, according to a survey of the sponsorship market by industry analysts Onside Sponsorship.

McGettigans score Bray Wanderers FC buy

McGettigans score Bray Wanderers FC buy

The Spread

The Spread

A tipping point for sports sponsorship?

A tipping point for sports sponsorship?

Patrick Nally is the man who invented the multi-sponsor model for major sports. Here, he outlines why it now needs to adapt to survive

Going for a knockout blow

Going for a knockout blow

Billy Walsh has taken Irish boxers from nowhere to the best in the world. But changes at professional level are putting amateurs at risk

Ewan MacKenna:  Darts was ridiculed for years as the pastime of alcoholic slobs, but it is now seen for what it is – a sport of rare drama and tension

Ewan MacKenna: Darts was ridiculed for years as the pastime of alcoholic slobs, but it is now seen for what it is – a sport of rare drama and tension

On the Spot

On the Spot

On the Spot

On the Spot

Debbie Byrne, LifeStyle Sports