For more than a decade, Onefootball’s data-led business model has targeted soccer content to individual fans.
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Business Model: Platform. Customer Focus: B2C. Founding Year: 2012. Team Size: 251-500 Employees. Handelsregister: Found. Headquarter: Berlin, DE. Official Website: onefootball.com. Legal Entity: Onefootball GmbH. Overview.
Since then, the company has grown to become a reference model in the mobile platform business worldwide. I joined Onefootball in January 2019 as Chief Business Officer and the areas that fall ...
How a Berlin publisher grew massively to become a reference model in mobile publishing. By FIPP: The Network for Global Media 2 years ago. Berlin-based Onefootball has been a key player in global sports content for over a decade. The app-based platform, which grew massively in the early days of the smartphone era, now delivers content in a variety of formats, including video and audio, to huge audiences across the globe.
We launched at a time when smartphones first came into existence and mobile apps kick-started the modern digital age. In fact, in 2009, Onefootball was the first sports app, and among the first 1,000 apps ever to be listed in the Apple App Store. Since then, the company has grown to become a reference model in the mobile platform business worldwide.
OneFootball & Bundesliga launch FTA model in LatAm. September 30, 2020. Digital media company OneFootball and Bundesliga International, a subsidiary of the DFL Deutsche Fußball Liga, have announced a digital-first, Free-to-Air (FTA) broadcasting model for all Bundesliga matches in a number of Latin America’s major football markets. With immediate effect, all Bundesliga matches during the 2020-21 season will be broadcast for free across nine countries in Latin America on OneFootball.
Lucas von Cranach sees OneFootball’s future trajectory as a media platform offering aggregated free content organised in a way that engages customers. In fact, it is similar to Twitter, but without user-generated content: only OneFootball is in control of the published content.
Onefootball covers over 100 international soccer leagues and competitions live and in incomparable detail. Find live scores and commentaries, breaking news, videos, tables, statistics and background information around the greatest game in the world – whenever you need it, wherever you are.
Today, digital media company OneFootball and Bundesliga International, a subsidiary of the DFL Deutsche Fußball Liga, have announced a digital-first, Free-to-Air (FTA) broadcasting model for all ...
“The innovative model we are pioneering solidifies our presence in the market and offers a new generation of football fans readily available, personalized, live content at their fingertips.” In addition to the Bundesliga fixtures, OneFootball will also broadcast the German Supercup and the promotion/relegation end of season fixtures. Whilst it has been agreed Bundesliga International will make certain matches available to local and FTA linear broadcasters on a non-exclusive basis ...