Team Gullit, Zeta Gaming and Genoa Esports made a strong start as the FIFAe Club World Cup, boasting a $350,000 (£252,000/€286,000) prize pot, got underway today with matches being played on EA Sports' FIFA 21.
Britain's Phil Clapp edged out Ukrainian rival Anton Bondarenko to defend the men's 500 metres title at the World Rowing Indoor Championships.
Russia’s Vladislav Kiselev, competing as a neutral athlete in accordance with the recent World Anti-Doping Agency sanction against the country, won sprint gold on the opening day of the World Ski Orienteering Championships in Otepää in Estonia today.
Sweden has been named as host of the 2024 Men’s Floorball World Championships after being selected over Singapore.
Chicago will host the re-scheduled 2020-2021 Squash World Championships from July 10 to 17, when players compete for $1million (£700,000/€822,000) in prize money for only the second time in the sport’s history, it has been announced.
Former world champion Ken Doherty has been elected chair of the World Professional Billiards and Snooker Association (WPBSA) Players organisation.
Youngman Kim has been voted in as International Esports Federation (IESF) vice-president by the organisation's Board, succeeding Sheikh Sultan bin Khalifa Al-Nahyan.
The 42 teams contesting the FIFAe Club World Cup for a $350,000 (£252,000/€286,000) prize pot will begin playing tomorrow.
The World Ski Orienteering Championships will begin tomorrow after the event was officially opened today in Otepää.
Japanese sumo star Tokitsuumi Masahiro has been ordered to retire after breaking coronavirus rules for the second time.
Pakistan Teqball Federation President Mian Absar Ali confirmed the organisation had been offered 60 teqball tables to enable them to grow the game in the country.
The British Esports Association (BEA) is ready to launch a new membership platform which aims to create a safe space for young gamers.
Teqball India will use its National Championships to select athletes for the postponed Asian Beach Games in Sanya.
The International Mixed Martial Arts Federation (IMMAF) Youth Development Commission has recommended for athlete grading to be conducted online in response to restrictions caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
The Australian netball team will trial a rotational captaincy system during the upcoming Constellation Cup series against New Zealand.