SPORTEL returns to the US this March 2022


The millionaire business of sports FOOTBALL AND MORE

“SPORTEL is important because it gives us access to sell our content in one place. We hope that our global distribution network will continue to grow”, says Juan Pablo Reynal, CEO and founder of the Women’s Cup

On the 14th and 15th at the Biscayne Bay Marriott Hotel in downtown Miami, the event returns with “Rendez-Vous”, a new concept that, according to the organization, will offer better value and return on investment to its community. A unique opportunity to showcase the power of “NEW”, find original ideas, knowledge, and new technology, with more than 40 companies attending for the first time. The focus is Latin America, a very attractive region for those involved in this powerful business.

SPORTEL returns to the U.S. in two weeks with “Rendez-Vous,” a brand new concept that the organization says will offer better value and ROI to its community. It will be a unique opportunity to show the power of “NEW”, find original ideas, fresh insights, and new technology, with more than 40 companies that will attend for the very first time.

This is a very important event because it gives us the access to sell our content in one place. We expect for our worldwide distribution network to continue to grow”, says Juan Pablo Reynal, CEO & Founder of the Women’s Cup.

To facilitate exchanges and networking during the event, SPORTEL uses a personalized platform, allowing each participant to manage their time more effectively, to build close relationships and establish long-term partnerships in the most efficient way. SPORTEL Connect is the ultimate networking tool, to assist delegates in finding contact details according to their fields of interest and scheduling meetings ahead of time.

In addition to the buzzing market & high-level masterclasses already announced, special panels and keynotes will be delivered by influential leaders.

In a recent interview in the TVMAS graphic magazine, CEO Laurent Puons spoke about this important and millionaire sector of the entertainment industry. Here is  the interview.

Professional Fighters League CEO, Peter Murray, will share insights with Torneos Director Commercial, Santiago Sluzewski Monti, around PFL’s recent multi-year agreement with DirecTV for Latin American media rights heading into the highly anticipated 2022 PFL season. The deal highlights PFL’s global expansion plans and efforts to deliver premium MMA content featuring elite fighters to fans around the world.

And Jeremy Dujardin, CTO Global Media, Entertainment & Sports Services, of Tata Communications will present how they are helping shape the new world of connected sports.

Finally, SPORTEL is delighted to be bringing back its popular social events including a Miami themed Opening Party, organized in collaboration with Florida Sports Foundation and Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau. There will also be plenty of networking opportunities for participants to do business on their booths or in the LaLiga ElClásico Lounge within the event.

“As an American company with growing interest in international league licenses, there are few opportunities in the U.S. to meet with these leagues. SPORTEL offers one of those opportunities,” adds Brad Cummings, Founder & CEO, EQL Games.

Comments are closed.