BLOG | by Vinith Moorthy ... Much has changed in the world over the past six months or so, but for football fans one of the biggest changes to the game has been the absence of spectators at games. Many broadcasters have introduced recorded ‘crowd noise’, created from recordings of previous matches.We decided to ask football fans in the UAE what their views of this innovation are.
BLOG | by Vinith Moorthy ... As you may have seen, we’ve been asking markets around the world their views on re-starting sporting activities. While some sports leagues around the world have ended their seasons as a result of COVID-19, in other countries fans are still waiting to find out how competitions will end. We’ve also asked this question in the UAE ... here's what they had to say.
Vast majority of Brits say that Premier League footballers should be prepared to take a COVID-19 pay cutSH-YGS2020-04-01T17:58:21+01:00
BLOG | by Charlie Dundas ... More than nine in ten (92%) of the British people agree that Premier League players should be prepared to take a pay cut during the current Coronavirus outbreak.
COVID-19 – Increase in Consideration for esports among men is enough to double current audience sizeSH-YGS2020-04-01T17:36:11+01:00
BLOG | by Sara Eddleston ... Last week, we asked the British public what content they’d like to see in place of live sport. While the headlines were informative, it was only when you got into the weeds that the real insights began. This week, we’ve looked a bit further into one of the areas we explored in that piece – esports.
BLOG | by Charlie Dundas ... In the absence of much live sport, we asked British people what they want to see on TV instead. Here’s what they told us.
BLOG | by Sara Eddleston ... Sport on hold but British public recognises contribution to nation’s spirits and hold strong views on how to conclude seasons. As the Coronavirus continues to pause the sporting calendar, we asked the British public for their views on where sport stands in their priorities and what should happen next.
DATA INSIGHTS | by YouGov ... The NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship officially begins today (March 19) and new YouGov research reveals that many (38%) Americans will be following it. YouGov’s data shows clear generational differences when it comes to how people will experience March Madness.