All articles by Jake Kemp

Jake Kemp

Jake Kemp is an analyst within the sports team at GlobalData, covering a multitude of sports for the ‘Business of…’ series, with a particular interest in tennis, soccer and F1.

Doubts linger as French organizers continue to face issues over Paris 2024

With eight months to go until the start of the Olympics, several problems still plague the organizing committee.

Fury family bouts highlight growing fragility of boxing’s identity and integrity

Tyson Fury’s fight with MMA star Francis Ngannou came shortly after younger brother Tommy beat YouTuber KSI.

The NFL draws new audiences with animated London game and love-story hype

The league has tapped into creative new ways to attract younger fans.

Successful 2023 WWC will be remembered for issues still endured by women in sport

Spain’s first World Cup title was overshadowed by the inappropriate behavior of senior Spanish coaches and officials.

The PIF’s acquisition of four Saudi Pro League clubs is part of a broader strategy

Saudi Arabia is seeking to diversify its economy beyond its rich oil reserves and exert more influence globally.

LIV emerges victorious as PGA and DP World Tours cave leaving ‘loyal’ players feeling short-changed

Just under a year since its inaugural event, LIV secures a big win in its battle for golf supremacy

Promotion for Luton or Coventry is a fairytale story that ends with huge financial rewards

The teams will face off in the EFL Championship playoff final on Saturday, where the riches of the Premier League awaits.

Women’s soccer primed to showcase evolution despite FIFA own goals

The women’s game has finally entered mainstream public consciousness, and the 2023 World Cup will further illustrate its growth.

Are Jake Paul and celebrity fights good or bad for elite boxing?

Paul-Fury has been derided by many but drew more interest than a title fight on the same bill.

Understanding the prominence of stadium naming rights deals in North America

Four naming rights deals have already been announced in the region in 2023, continuing a long-standing trend.