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Category: Lesson 5.1 – Competition

How Brands are Using Twitch for Sports Marketing

As people searched for ways to stay entertained during quarantine and seek out connection as in-person socializing was put on-hold, gaming emerged as a powerhouse. Enter Twitch, Amazon’s live streaming platform for gamers. Fans flocked to the platform to watch their favorite creators play games and engage with them and

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JPMorgan admits it misjudged backing European Super League

JPMorgan (JPM.N) said on Friday it regretted supporting soccer clubs in launching a breakaway European Super League after the plan collapsed earlier this week due to a storm of protest from fans and politicians. “We clearly misjudged how this deajkf;l would be viewed by the wider football community and how it might

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New Balance Humbly Pitches ‘the Best Running Shoes on Earth’

“We’d tell you it’s a nice day for a run. But you know every day is Runday.” It’s punday too, apparently, as New Balance launches a global campaign themed “The best running shoes on Earth. No, really.” That hyperbolic positioning (and some self-consciously cringy wordplay) applies whether you love running

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The 10 most innovative gaming companies of 2021

Every generation of video-game consoles ushers in faster, more realistic titles. This year’s releases by Sony and Microsoft continue that trend. The PS5 and the Xbox Series X deliver unprecedented levels of realism, with graphics processors that simulate shimmering reflections on puddles, controller vibrations that evoke the feeling of running

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