SportBusiness staff, Asia

The 2021 Africa Cup of Nations in Cameroon has been pushed back to 2022 due to Covid-19

Organisers of this year's Wuhan Open WTA Tour event, pencilled for October 19 to 25, told Agence France Presse that it will be "hugely symbolic" in terms of the city's fight against Covid-19 should it…

Boxers Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury have agreed terms for two world heavyweight title fights, promoter Eddie Hearn has said - Sky Sports

The International Cricket Council is permitting prominent front-of-shirt sponsors during test matches for the first time as part of its Covid-19 response

The Singapore-based Global Esports Federation has appointed a Brand, Marketing, Commercial and Communication Commission featuring an array of experienced sports industry executives

Japanese football's J-League is to resume first division matches on July 4, with the second and third divisions starting on June 27. Matches will be played behind closed doors

Australian commentators hailed rule changes in the National Rugby League that led to an exciting game as the 2020 season got back underway yesterday with the Parramatta Eels beating the Brisbane Broncos…

Japanese marketing giant Dentsu Group has withdrawn its earnings guidance for 2020 and is looking to make a 7-per-cent cut in global costs this year, as Covid-19 starts to affect its financial results

New Zealand's National Basketball League has launched a direct-to-consumer global streaming service that will allow viewers outside of the country to pay to watch coverage of the competition

Sri Lanka's government has scrapped its plans for a new $40m cricket stadium after warnings from former national team cricketers that it would end up a 'white elephant' - Channel News Asia/AFP

The president of the German football federation and the chairman of Bayern Munich are proposing a salary cap for professional football in Europe

The promoter of the Singapore Formula One Grand Prix has said it would be "unfeasible" for it to stage a race with no fans. The race is scheduled for September 20