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Bruin Sports Capital Gets Into Video Streaming Business With Purchase Of Italy-Based Deltatre

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 07 / 01 / 16

George Pyne’s Bruin Sports Capital is getting into the video streaming business, having bought Italy-based deltatre, which provides streaming tech for leagues and TV networks and has deep ties in int'l football. Financial details are not publicly available. Deltatre CEO & co-Founder Giampi...

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Tags: Finance, Europe

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