After a sold-out event in 2022, which introduced a more streamlined two-day format, Sportel is returning to Miami on May 9-10, following directly on from the F1 Miami GP weekend. Sportel Rendez-vous Miami will once again connect international sports industry decision makers at the newly refurbished Miami Marriott Biscayne Bay venue and present a buzzing exhibition and market floor, multiple networking events, and an innovative conference summit.
“Our successful Sportel Rendez-vous series concept, also recently held in Bali, has ensured Sportel remains the global flagship event leader for the sports media and sports tech industry, with events bringing together international communities from all markets and diverse continents, in a more intimate and cost-effective format, which complement Sportel Monaco,” said Laurent Puons, CEO of Monaco Mediax.
The significant participant list, with over a 15% rise on 2022 attendees at the same period, include many long-standing Sportel clients: BeIN Media Group, Bundesliga International, Canal+, CAA Eleven, DAZN, Deltatre, FIFA, Formula One, CAA Eleven, NBA, NFL, MLB, Pitch International, Fox, Sportradar, Magnifi, PGA Tour, and Premier League, among others. Plus, first time attendees Corporation Santiago, Bubble Agency, Caribbean Premier Sports Limited, Prodena, Sportsedtv, Zapping, Creator Sports Network, To The New Singapore, Canela Media Inc, Brand Brigade, Bluestone Equity Partners, Minuto 90 Films, and many other newcomers to a Sportel event.
According to the event’s organizers, participants at the 2023 event will discover new ways to monetize sports content and disruptive technologies which will be showcased on the market floor and in the conference summit. Topics will cover private equity investment, the growth of F1 and motorsports in the United States, OTT, live sports streaming, FAST channels, media rights in women's sports, evolutions in production and content delivery, AI data, the cloud, and much more.
The upcoming event will feature executive speakers from leading organizations such as Bluestone Equity Partners, Florida Sports Foundation, Fox Deportes Studios, Harmonic Inc., Snipitz, Spiideo, Sportradar, Magnifi, Telstra Broadcast Services, The Raine Group, ViewLift, with many more to be announced. For more details about the 2023 programme, click here.