SAN BRUNO, California: YouTube has introduced a refreshed destination to watch sports, and new ways for advertisers to "reach today's digital-first sports fans".

"To help advertisers reach today's digital-first sports fans, we're expanding YouTube Select’s connected TV (CTV) lineup, inclusive of the best sports content on YouTube, to new markets beyond the US such as Australia and India in 2021, the video-sharing platform announced Thursday.

Sep 10, 2020 19:09
BARCELONA: FC Barcelona has reached a new landmark in its digital leadership by becoming the first club to have over 10 million YouTube subscribers.
May 31, 2019 20:05
MUMBAI: The National Basketball Association has announced that the NBA Finals 2019 will be livestreamed for fans in India for the first time on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.
Mar 08, 2019 12:03
MUMBAI: World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE), one of the largest sporting properties in the world, has introduced a new show ‘WWE Now India’ which specifically caters to its fans in the country about everything related to the WWE Universe.
Jan 23, 2019 13:01
ZURICH: UEFA has recruited some of the biggest names in women's football to form a dynamic content creator squad for its new-look, always-on Together #WePlayStrong YouTube channel.
Jan 11, 2019 17:01
MUMBAI: LaLiga has announced that all matches from its second division, LaLiga 1|2|3, will now be available for free via YouTube to millions of consumers worldwide.  
Dec 11, 2018 14:12
NEW YORK: YouTube’s global head of gaming, VR, content and partnerships Ryan Wyatt has declared that the global video content giant has clocked people across the world having spent in excess of 50 billion hours watching gaming videos on the platform in 2018, reports. The number is double than that of Americans’ spending time travelling to work within a year.
Nov 01, 2018 14:11
LONDON: Starting from the first round of the 2018-19 season in Saudi Arabia, Formula E will be working with some of the biggest and best online content creators to serve up nothing but the finest all-electric street racing action as part of its innovative partnership with YouTube.
Nov 15, 2017 12:11
NEW DELHI: The International Hockey Federation (FIH) has announced a commercial partnership with Google's dominant video sharing platform YouTube to provide broadcast coverage of the upcoming Hockey World League Finals.