SportsPro OTT Awards

Key Dates for 2024

Deadline to

26 Jun

Deadline to submit

26 Jul

Shortlist Announced

16 Sep

Awards Ceremony

20 Nov


The OTT awards recognise and celebrate the pioneers of the sports broadcasting scene, ranging from major rights holders and broadcasters to emerging technology companies empowering the industry.

The awards focus on collaboration, innovation and creativity, and represent the highest standard of accolade within the industry for our shortlistees and winners. Entries are now closed – check out the 2024 categories below!

How To Enter

Select the category or categories you wish to enter.

Create your profile and pay for your chosen category/categories.

Fill out the entry form (you can save your progress).

Pay for your entry before Wednesday 26th June.

Edit, fine tune and finalise your entries by Friday 26th July.

2024 Judges

To ensure a fair, impartial and independent process, SportsPro recruits an expert judging panel, balancing senior OTT stakeholders from international rights holders, broadcasters and technology leaders. Previous judges have included experts from Turner Sports, Microsoft, BT Sport, European Tour, FIFA and many more.

This independent panel offer an unrivalled pool of expertise and knowledge to ensure judging criteria is met by only the most rigorous of standards, and ensure the OTT awards represent the highest standard of accolade within the industry.

Meet the 2024 judges below:

Receive global recognition amongst your peers
Showcase your creative talent and innovative products
Be honoured as the best in the business
Hall of Fame

SportsPro Madrid 2024

The 2024 OTT Awards winners will be announced at a prestigious evening in Madrid, in November 2024, as part of SportsPro Madrid 2024. In 2023, SportsPro’s OTT Summit became SportsPro Madrid – where you can connect, learn and engage with the future of sports media. We still cover all of the topics of previous years, but we've expanded and deepened our coverage of the media ecosystem: the strategies, the technologies, the platforms, the economics, and the delivery of sports’ most lucrative source of revenue.