First contested application to transfer proceedings from the CAT to the High Court
Sportradar AG and Another v Football DataCo Limited and Others  CAT 25 (judgment available here).
In a judgment handed down on 2 December 2020, the President (Roth J) of the Competition Appeal Tribunal (‘CAT’) refused an application to transfer proceedings from the CAT to the High Court. This is the first time the CAT has been asked to consider a contested application to transfer a competition law claim out of the CAT.
Background to proceedings
The Claimants (‘Sportradar’) supply sports data and sports betting services to bookmakers, including live football match data. This data is used by bookmakers to offer ‘in-play’ betting (e.g. bets on who will score the next goal or win the next penalty). Sportradar competes with the Second and Third Defendants (‘Genius’) in this market.
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