The Open Championship 2023 Analysis Report Overview
There were 32 broadcast deals struck for media rights to show The Open 2023 across the world. This year’s Open had 13 brands partnering for the tournament. The Open has lucrative broadcast deals across the globe, with NBC ESPN, RDS, and TSN covering many regions across the Americas.
The Open Championship 2023 analysis report provides a detailed overview of the key facts and events which took place in the UK. The report identifies the major media and sponsorship players in the market, pinpoints the ticket prices on offer, and looks into the sponsorship portfolios of The Open, 2023.
|Key Broadcasters||· NBC
|Key Sponsors||· Rolex
· EA Sports
· Hugo Boss
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The Open Championship 2023 – Broadcasters
In the US, NBC acquired the rights for the broadcast of The Open 2023, including the Amateur Championship, the Walker Cup, and the Team GB and Ireland versus Team USA amateur contest. The deal covers the period from 2017 to 2028. Moreover, TSN and RDS acquired Pay-Tv rights to broadcast The Open in Canada, as of July 2023. In Latin America, the pay-tv broadcaster ESPN acquired the rights to show live coverage of The Open Championships.
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The Open Championship 2023 - Sponsorship Portfolio
Some of the key sponsors of The Open Championship 2023 are Rolex, MasterCard, NTT, Nikon, Mercedes-Benz, HSBC, Adidas, Doosan, EA Sports, and Hugo Boss. The Open’s biggest annual sponsorship deal in 2023 is with Rolex while MasterCard serves as the tournament’s official card. MasterCard supports the event with its sustainability initiatives, by attempting to restore several trees by 2025. The luxury car brand Mercedes-Benz serves as the official patron and vehicle of The Open, providing transportation for players, officials, and guests. The car brand is also promoting electric vehicles at this event, keeping in check with The Open’s sustainability goals.
The Open 2023 Annual Sponsorship Deal Values ($)
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This report provides:
- An overview of the event including a sponsorship portfolio, broadcasters, attendance, and ticketing
- An analysis of The Open 2023 sponsors and their estimated annual values
- Information regarding the events’ ticketing and attendance figures, player and team profiles, as well as the competition prize-money.
A detailed overview of the key facts and events which took place in the UK The report identifies the major media and sponsorship players in the market, pinpoints the ticket prices on offer and well as looking into the sponsorship portfolio’s of The Open 2023.
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Table of Contents
- 1. Introduction
- 1.1. Executive Summary
- 1.2. Overview
- 2. Broadcasters
- 2.1. The Open 2023 Broadcasts Breakdown Across North America
- 2.2. The Open 2023 Broadcasters Breakdown Across the World
- 3. Sponsorship
- 3.1. The Open 2023 Sponsorship Portfolio
- 3.2. The Open 2023 Sponsorship Portfolio Breakdown
- 4. Prize Money
- 4.1. The Open 2023 Prize Money Breakdown
- 5. Attendance & Ticketing
- 5.1. The Open 2023 Attendance & Ticketing Breakdown
- 6. Player Profile
- 6.1. The Open 2023 Champion Player Profile – Brian Harman
- 7. Appendix
- 7.1. References
- 8. Contact Us
- 8.1. About GlobalData
- 8.2. Contact Us – A global network of offices
List of Tables
Slide 11 – The table shows The Open 2023 Sponsorship Portfolio Breakdown.
Slide 13 – Prize Money Breakdown
Frequently Asked Questions
The biggest annual sponsor of The Open Championship 2023 is Rolex.
Some of the key sponsors of The Open Championship 2023 are Rolex, MasterCard, NTT, Nikon, Mercedes-Benz, HSBC, Adidas, Doosan, EA Sports, and Hugo Boss, among others.
The key broadcasters of The Open Championship 2023 are NBC, RDS, TSN, and ESPN.
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