Cricket: The Queensland government, Brisbane City Council and Cricket Australia have signed a deal that will see the Brisbane Cricket Ground, popularly known as the Gabba, continue to host Test match cricket for the next three seasons. The venue, which has installed a AUS$1 million lighting upgrade, will stage a day-night Test between Australia and Pakistan later this year and an Ashes Test between Australia and England in 2017, as well as a Test match involving India or Sri Lanka the following year and a one-day international or Twenty20 international each season.
Paralympics: Paralympian, film director and journalist Pascale Bercovitch has agreed a personal endorsement deal with Matomy Media Group. The 48-year-old Israeli, who will become the first athlete to compete at three Paralympic Games in three different sports when she takes part in the paracanoe competition at Rio 2016, will appear in the company's 'We Play to Win' campaign.
Motorsport: Online bookmaker Crown Bet has put its name to the Triple Crown race at Hidden Valley in Australia's V8 Supercars motorsport series. Crown Bet has agreed a three-year deal to replace Skycity Casino as the title sponsor of the event, which will run for the 19th time from 17th to 19th June.
Basketball: Brazil's National Basketball League (LNB) has agreed a deal that will see an initial five games broadcast on Facebook Live, the new live streaming platform from the social media giant. The partnership begin with the opening game in the Liga Ouro series between Camp Mourao and Vasco da Gama on 30th May.
Soccer: Eleven Sports Network has secured the broadcast rights in Singapore to the Aya Bank Cup - an international soccer competition featuring Singapore, Vietnam, Myanmar and Hong Kong from 3rd to 6th June - and the Nations Cup, which will feature the under-21 national teams of Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam from 3rd to 5th June.
Sport climbing: Sunglasses manufacturer Y&Y has agreed a deal with the International Federation of Sport Climbing (IFSC) to become an official supplier to the Climbing World Championships in Paris from 14th to 18th September.