Now #Rio2016 is over, Twitter have published a data recap showing some of the top moments from this year’s Games on the platform.
It’s been less than a week since release, but teams are already starting to look at how they can tap into the growing popularity of Pokemon Go.
Here’s how the world of sport tried to join in with the Oscars this week – should they have bothered?
German side FC Augsburg have posted a range of translations to help out travelling Liverpool fans this week.
The NHL have banned live-streaming apps such as Periscope and Meerkat. Callum MacGregor looks at what this means for the sporting industry.
The new F1 season is underway, with the sport teaming up with Twitter to increase the brand’s visibility, but it’s still got a long way to go to embrace the spirit of digital.
There aren’t many winners when players spit at each other, but Newcastle United deserve praise for their handling of the issue.
After a high-profile case on Twitter involving West Bromwich Albion, should clubs be trying to emulate the humour of brands such as Paddy Power?
After their ill judged statement dismissing the allegations against Malky Mackay, the LMA find themselves in desperate need of some PR guidance.
SkyBet took to Vine to have transfer deadline day maestro Jim White answer questions via a Twitter hashtag.