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Doing Now raises RMB500 million

Thursday, 28 Sep 2017

Chinese sports training company Doing Now has raised 500 million yuan in its RMB financing.

China United Travel to buy Duo Sports Group for US$75.89 million

Wednesday, 13 Sep 2017

Nanjing-based leisure and travel agency, China United Travel Co. Ltd. (CUTC), is planning to acquire a 100% stake in the sports company Duo Sport Group via cash and shares.

Tencent Dayan partners with CNCG in the e-sports business

Thursday, 07 Sep 2017

Tencent Dayan has reached a strategic agreement with China National Cyber Games (CNCG) to promote the development of e-sports in China.

3 sports companies release 2017 interim report

Thursday, 31 Aug 2017

Three Chinese sports companies, including China Sports Industry Group, Wisdom Sports and Vango Sports have released their first-half reports for 2017.

Chinese fitness industry embracing a sharing economy

Thursday, 31 Aug 2017

Recently, a sharing mini-gym rental business has popped up in some Chinese cities like Beijing and Chengdu.

Alisports, Shiqi ally with Tongling in smart sports town

Wednesday, 30 Aug 2017

Alisports Group has announced a strategic partnership with the investment firm Dongfang Shiqi and the local government of Tongling in Anhui Province on August 28.

Espanyol’s Chinese owner reports 289m yuan sports turnover

Monday, 28 Aug 2017

August 25: Rastar Group, Chinese owner of La Liga outfit RCD Espanyol, has released its half-year financial report for 2017.

Xu Genbao to sell Lorca FC

Friday, 25 Aug 2017

Chinese veteran coach Xu Genbao is inclined to sell the Spanish La Liga 2 club, Lorca Fútbol Club, as he revealed in an interview with Oriental Sports Daily.

Lagardère Sports to expand its Chinese business

Wednesday, 23 Aug 2017

Lagardère Sports, a world leading sports marketing agency, has announced the launch of its Shanghai office on Tuesday in an effort to boost its Chinese operations.

China to curb overseas investments in sports clubs

Monday, 21 Aug 2017

China is expected to set limits on domestic companies’ overseas investment in areas including hotels, cinemas, entertainment industries, real estate and sports clubs.

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