Ten reasons why sports rights holders should invest in video content for second screens

Nilesh Deshmukh

Video consumption on second screens is on a rise. Platforms like Youtube and Facebook are constantly innovating their product offering with an ambition of capturing the global second screen video market. 

Sports fans use second screens to check scores and engage with social media and short format video clips are the most engaging content formats. 

Sports rights holders and properties worldwide have recognized the importance of second screen usage globally and have started creating content in form of vertical videos for social media. Snapchat has created exciting opportunities for sports rights holders to become a part of their publishing offering.

As sports communities continue to grow globally, sports rights holders must make the best of social network video offerings and increase their reach across the world.

For all the sports rights holders and property owners who need some convincing why they should be creating video content, we have put together some interesting facts about the global growth of videos for second screens.


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