Play the Game hosted its most extensive conference to date, Play the Game 2015 in Aarhus, Denmark. Now, much of the conference content is available either as video or audio recordings.
Whether your main interest is corruption in FIFA, governance challenges in other sports, match-fixing, doping, the need for innovation in physical activity or any other issue on top of the international sports agenda, there is a fair chance you will find highly interesting stuff on the website of Play the Game 2015, our most extensive conference to date.
As of now, much of the conference content is available either as video or audio recordings.
Throughout the four conference days, 25-28 October 2015, more than 70 hours of conference took place featuring 159 speakers who gave 171 presentations in a total of 41 sessions, most of which are now available as on-demand video and/or audio.
26 videos and 24 audio files are now available online, giving you a chance to relive much of the Play the Game 2015 conference.
It is possible to listen to audio files from 23 different sessions and you can download them as a podcast on iTunes or via XML.