Experts already predict the possible consequences of the coronavirus pandemic in football

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first_imgCantó considered that as in any crisis, “the door will be opened to new opportunities”, mainly eSports (electronic sports). “We are going to see a growth in the electronic versions of traditional sports and also that the border that separates the two is going to be diluted. A good example was seen in the recent #LaLigaSantanderChallenge or in the Bahrain Virtual Grand Prix, which had a notable following. in sports media. Both athletes participated, both footballers and pilots, “he said.However, in his opinion, Electronic sports must overcome some challenges to be able to reach their maximum potential and he referred to the audience of this modality, which must monetize. “The audience for eSports is going to grow, but the challenge will continue to be to monetize that audience, since these competitions have so far been open. According to a study, the average annual expenditure of an eSports fan does not exceed $ 5, while that of American football or basketball is between 160 and 260 a year per fan, “he said.WFS recalled that in the current situation, many Spanish and international clubs are processing Temporary Employment Regulation (ERTE) files these days due to the lack of economic income and the consequent inability to meet their expenses.Although the estimate that the losses for the sports industry worldwide could reach 60,000 million euros, Cantó was optimistic about the future of the sports industry and recalled that according to statistics, 80 percent of the world population declares that they love sports and that this will not change despite the pandemic. The application of long-term individual salary caps in European football, similar to those that work in American sport, is emerging as one of the consequences of the coronavirus pandemic, according to expert Carlos Cantó, executive director of SPSG Consulting and member of the advisory council of the World Football Summit platform.“It would be something similar to what already works in the American leagues and they would be based not only on percentages of the income of the clubs but on much more sophisticated parameters “, explained the sports marketing expert in an interview for the World Football Summit website, the platform for professional sports events.Cantó was in favor of the competitions being resumed, even if it is behind closed doors, as long as the authorities guarantee that there is no risk to the health of the players, coaches and referees. “In most clubs, the main source of income does not reside in the stadiums and, furthermore, the fans are not just those who go to the stadiums. In this way, there would be contracts (media, sponsors, etc.) that could fulfilled to a greater extent, “he said.last_img read more


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first_imgSource: Electric Vehicle News Audi e-tron Electric Motor Explored: Video Electric motors Bosch Takes Over EM-motive: Electric Motor Joint Venture With Daimler Mahle Joins Electric Drive Segment With New Traction Motors YASA finds its electric motors attractive for high-performance vehicles and aircraftYASA, the British manufacturer of axial-flux electric motors and controllers founded in 2009, signed a long-term joint innovation agreement with an undisclosed global automotive manufacturer.It’s not known who is the OEM that would like to use YASA motors, but the topic of development is to be custom electric motors for all-electric and hybrid vehicles.“The partnership will focus on developing custom electric motor and controller solutions for the OEM’s high-performance hybrid and pure electric vehicles.” Author Liberty Access TechnologiesPosted on February 20, 2019Categories Electric Vehicle News YASA axial-flux electric motor (segmented) YASA is one of the most successful British EV start-ups and since 2018 has been ready for volume orders thanks to a new production facility in Oxford, UK for up to 100,000 motors annually.YASA motors are also used in electric airplanes, currently under development by Rolls-Royce.“YASA’s innovative axial-flux electric motor and controller designs offer best-in-class power and torque densities and are ideally suited to both hybrid and pure electric vehicle applications. Under the agreement, YASA and the OEM will work together to leverage YASA’s technology to improve vehicle performance whilst reducing vehicle weight.This news follows YASA’s announcement last year of a new 100,000 unit capacity series production facility in Oxford, UK. In addition to automotive, YASA are also addressing the burgeoning electric aerospace market. Last month, the Company announced partnering with Rolls-Royce to provide the electric motors to power the world’s fastest electric airplane, scheduled for launch in 2020.”Speaking of the Innovation Agreement, YASA’s CEO Chris Harris said:“This agreement brings together one of the world’s best-known automotive manufacturers with YASA, the world’s leading supplier of axial-flux electric motors and controllers. Our companies both share the same passion for innovation and the same unwavering commitment to excellence. Through this long-term collaboration, we are developing custom electric motor and controller solutions that will power unsurpassed driving experiences and set the bar for high-performance hybrid and pure electric vehicles.”last_img read more