We are a one-stop agency for the development and management of a diverse portfolio of sports and entertainment properties. Our operating model provides a 360-degree value add for all our stakeholders.
India’s leading Sports and Entertainment Company, IOS is dedicated towards building and managing world-renowned talent, content and infrastructure. The key strength of IOS is a highly experienced, skilled and professional team, united and motivated by their passion for sports and entertainment.
We also have a proven track record of delivering national and international events along with executing in-film branding associations. We are currently working with over 200 brands and manage the likes of some of the best-known names in the field of sports.
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We have a proven track record of delivering national and international events and are well positioned to work with sports franchises, sponsors, advertisers, marketers, rights holders, government bodies and venues. We have previous experiences of working in events like the Indian Premier League, Indian Super League, Hockey India League among others.
IOS specialises in Sports Marketing and is one of the leading Sports Marketing Companies in the country. We are dedicated towards building and managing world-class Sports properties and talents, infrastructure and content. We are currently working with over 200 brands in India and outside.
We strategize end-to-end solutions to marketing ideas for various associated brands in the domain of sports. We are dedicated to ensuring clients remain updated of any new opportunities with the organization and resolving client queries regarding the services offered.
This arm of ours involves planning and executing in-film branding associations. we develop integrated campaigns which deliver value to the viewers and commercial impact for the brands. a customized 360-degree marketing plan for the promotion of the film, brand and their association in every project is undertaken through In-film associations and in-book branding.
Vijender Singh is an Indian professional boxer and reigning WBO Asia Pacific Super Middleweight and WBO Oriental Super Middleweight champion. Hailing from Haryana, Vijender started his career as an amateur boxer, with the highlight of his journey being the 2008 Beijing Olympics bronze medal. Before turning pro in 2015, Vijender also won two silvers and a bronze medal at the Commonwealth Games, alongside gold and a bronze medal in the Asian Games. He is a 2009 World Championship bronze medallist.
MC Mary Kom
Mangte Chungneijang better known as MC Mary Kom is a record six-time amateur world boxing champion from India who has broken barriers to etch her name in the history books of the sport. Mary Kom is the only female boxer to win a medal in each of her first seven World Championships and the only pugilist in the world with eight medals at the event. Mary Kom is a 2012 London Olympics bronze winner and a two-time Asian Games medallist. She has Padma Vibhushan, Padma Bhushan, Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna, Padma Shri and Arjuna Award titles to her name. Mary Kom is also a Member of Parliament, Rajya Sabha.
Hima Das is India’s fastest 400m female sprinter and also country’s first U-20 World Championships gold medallist. Known as the ‘Dhing Express’, the girl from Assam is a national-record holder with a timing of 50.79s she clocked at the 2018 Asian Games in Jakarta. She won two gold medals and a silver medal at the same event. She was conferred with Arjuna Award by the President of India on September 25, 2018. The same year in November, UNICEF-India appointed Hima as the country’s first ever youth ambassador.
Manika Batra is India’s leading female table tennis player with four Commonwealth Games and one Asian Games medal to her credit. Having started playing at a tender age of just four, Manika was quick to learn the tricks of the trade and gradually paved her way up the ranks. The highlight of her career came in 2018 when she bagged two gold medals, a silver medal and a bronze medal at the Gold Coast CWG. It was followed by another historic mixed doubles bronze medal in Jakarta Asiad. Later that year, she became the only Indian to receive The Breakthrough Star Award by ITTF. In 2020, she was conferred with Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna.
Mirabai Chanu is India’s top-ranked weightlifter and a 2017 world champion. Hailing from Manipur, Mirabai was quick to impress the world with a silver medal at the 2014 Commonwealth Games, What followed was back-to-back National Championships titles and eventually a world title won in Anaheim, USA. In 2018, Mirabai won a gold at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games and a year later, created a new national record in the 49kg weight category at the World Championships. Mirabai is a Padma Shri and Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna recipient.
Manpreet Singh is an Indian field hockey player and the current captain of the national team. Manpreet is one of the top talents in the world and a FIH Player of the Year in 2019. Manpreet was handed over the leadership in 2017 and has led India to an Asian Games bronze medal in 2018, an Asia Cup gold in 2017, 2018 Champions Trophy silver medal and World League runner-up position among other tournaments. Prior to that, he was also part two Olympic teams and 2014 Asian Games gold medal-winning side. Manpreet is a 2018 Arjuna Award winner.
An 800m and 1500m running specialist, Jinson Johnson is an elite Indian athlete hailing from Kozhikode, Kerala. Jinson came to the limelight when he won a silver medal at the 2015 Asian Athletics Championship. In 2018, he won a gold medal in 1500m and a silver in 800m events at the Jakarta Asian Games which also happens to be the same year Jinson broke a 42-year-old national record in 800m. Jinson is a 2018 Arjuna Award winner.
Prabhsimran Singh is an Indian U-19 cricketer. He made his List A debut for the India Emerging Team against the Afghanistan Emerging Team in the 2018 ACC Emerging Teams Asia Cup on 7 December 2018. Later the same month, he was bought by the Kings XI Punjab in the player auction for the 2019 Indian Premier League. In 2019 he made his T20 debut for Punjab.
Lovlina Borgohain is one of India’s finest amateur boxers and a top pugilist in the 69kg category. Hailing from Assam, Lovlina started her career as a kickboxer but later switched to boxing for better exposure. She is a two-time World Championships bronze medallist and a gold medallist in the inaugural India Open International Boxing. Lovlina is also the first female from her state to qualify for the Olympics. She is part of 2021 Tokyo Olympics squad. Lovlina is a 2020 Arjuna Award recipient.
Simranjit Kaur is a World Championships bronze medallist boxer. As a kid, Simranjit’s boxing career started in home state Punjab where she trained with boys due to lack of female boxers in her weight category, something she credits for her strength and sturdy built. Her major success came in the year 2018 when she clinched the bronze medal in New Delhi World Boxing Championships. A year later, she secured a silver at the Asian Championship and also qualified for the Tokyo Olympics 2021.
Sushma Verma is an Indian female cricketer who primarily plays as a wicketkeeper-batsman. During her initial days, Sushma hopped between volleyball, badminton and handball before finally settling for cricket as a career path. Sushma is the first cricketer, male or female, from Himachal Pradesh to represent India. She was also part of the Indian team that finished runner-up in 2017 Women’s Cricket World Cup. Locally, Sushma lead her state team to a runner-up position in the All India U-19 Cricket Tournament.
Abhay Singh hailing from Chennai at the age of 16 chose squash as a professional sport. It was at the age of 17 when he became the best junior in the country. He led the Indian Team at the World Championship and also was the flag bearer of the Indian contingent. 2019 and 2020. Abhay moved to England for better training and it worked wonders for him as he won silver and bronze at the South Asian Games held in Nepal, Kathmandu. After the incredible performance in South Asian Games, his performance rose to the next level as he became the first Indian to clinch the British U-23 Open crown in 2020.
Jamuna Boro is an Indian boxer and a World Championships bronze medallist. Ranked 3rd in the world in 69kg category as of July 2020, Jamuna started her career as a Wushu player in Assam. During one state-level championship, she was recognised by the Sports Authority of India who encouraged her to take up boxing. Jamuna was quick to rise up the rankings winning several sub junior and youth boxing championships locally and internationally. It was in 2019 when Jamuna grabbed the headlines with a bronze in the world event in Russia. She also emerged champion in the India Open in the same year.
Garima Avtar is an accomplished woman Rally Racing Driver. She began her journey in Motorsports as a part of the coveted Team Mahindra and has won laurels at the Maruti Suzuki Desert Storm Rally and Raid De Himalayas to name a few. She was a part of the Mercedes Team of professional drivers and more recently she was called as an instructor and driver for a Porsche Test Run hosted by Porsche Centre Gurgaon. She is a working mother, an entrepreneur and recently also accepted the Inspira Honors for being a woman achiever.
Rani Rampal has led the Indian women’s national hockey team by example, both on and off the turf. The 25-year-old’s goal against the USA in 2019 that sealed India’s safe passage to the Tokyo Olympics remains one of the highlights of her career.
Rani was just 15 when she debuted for India in the 2010 Hockey World Cup. She was adjudged the Best Young Player of the Tournament during that event and her stature as a prolific forward and captain has grown ever since.
Rani starred in both the Asian Games 2014 bronze and 2018 silver-winning campaign and has picked up several laurels and accolades over the years. She was part of the 2016 Rio Olympics women’s squad which had qualified after 36 years and was conferred with the Arjuna Award the same year.
The start of the year 2020 was a double joy for the girl from Shahbad, Haryana as she was conferred with the Padma Shri, followed by the World Games Athlete of the Year award.
Rani will be one of the five athletes to receive the prestigious Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna award in 2020.
Hailing from a family of traditional javelin throwers, Shivpal was introduced to the sport at a very young age. His grandfather, father Ramasaraya and uncles Jagmohan and Shivpujan have all performed at the national platform. Under the tutelage of Jagmohan, a former national champion, Shivpal started to hone his skills at as a 12-year-old and since then has gone on to establish himself as one of India’s finest javelin throwers. With a personal best of 86.23m, Shivpal has an Asian Athletics Championships silver medal, a CISM Military Games gold medal and a South Asian Games silver medal under his belt.
Motorcycle racer Aishwarya Pissay isn’t your ordinary sportsperson. Her story goes beyond breaking barriers and social taboos as her career has remained synonymous to success, hard work and grit. The 25-year-old is the first and only Indian woman to win a world title in two-wheeler motor sports. She won gold and a silver medal in Women’s and Junior’s events respectively at the FIM Baja Women’s World Cup 2019. She was also conferred with the ‘FMSCI Outstanding Women in Motor Sports’ award the same year. During the journey that started more than five years ago, Aishwarya has scaled to new heights with consistent victories at the National Rally Championship and National Road Racing Championship.
Lalremsiami is a young striker and a rising star of the Indian women’s national hockey team. Hailing from Mizoram, Lalremsiami is the first woman from her state to win an Asian Games medal when the Rani Rampal-led side secured a silver in the 2018 Asiad in Jakarta-Palembang. Lalremsiami started hockey at the age of 11 when she was inducted in the state hockey academy and internationally hit the ground running right away with a stellar show in the 2017 Asia Cup, where India emerged winners. Lalremsiami has since made herself a mainstay in the Indian frontline. In 2019, tragedy struck the Mizo forward as her father, a farmer, passed away during the fag end of the FIH Series Final. However, Lalremsiami decided to stay put and help India qualify for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics – a parting gift to her father in her own words. The same year, Lalremsiami became the first Indian women’s hockey player to be named FIH Rising Star of the Year.
Para Javelin throw
After a crippling Hip injury and post-surgery complication, a natural-born athlete didn’t allow it to be the end of a sporting career. Since childhood, Sandeep has always been a jack of all trades when it came to sports. His achievements range from being a National level player in Badminton & Volleyball to a world record holder in the Javelin throw. He knew fully well his upper body would have what it took to win him the Gold in the Asiad games after coming 4th in Rio Paralympics. In 2019, he became the first Indian to win World Para Championships and set the world record.
Born in a middle-class family, Punam had developed a keen interest in cricket. Despite having a tough situation to bear the needs of all family, her father bought a personal cricket kit for her when she was 10. She joined Shiv Seva Cricket Club under the guidance of Sanjay Gaitonde. In the MCA trial for boys, she got selected up to 3rd round until the selectors realized that she was a girl.
Made her debut at World Cup 2009 held in Australia and from there she never looked back. Punam Raut has been around for a long time. She has been part of three ODI World Cups and four T20 World Cups. And long enough to have opened 54 times for India and batted first-drop on 15 occasions in 71 ODIs. Raut is also involved in the world record opening stand of 320 runs with Deepti Sharma while batting against Ireland she contributed with a score of 109.
She has gone through many struggles be it on professional and personal levels, wasn’t easy for Punam. But she came back strongly and made her place in the 2017 WC squad which eventually ended as Runners-up.
Born in Agra in a family of 7, Deepti was just 9 years old when she developed a keen interest in cricket. She made her ODI debut in November 2014 versus South Africa & played her first T20I against Australia in January 2016. She has played 61 ODI, 53 T20Is till now. The 2020 Arjuna awardee plays for Bengal since 2017 in the domestic circuit. She is constantly playing for the Indian Team ever since & has recently been selected to play the Indian women tour of England 2021 in all three formats. Deepti Sharma was part of the Indian team to reach the final of the 2017 Women’s Cricket World Cup where the team lost to England by nine runs. She scored 216 runs from 8 matches at an average of 30.86 and picked up 12 wickets from 9 matches played with best bowling figures of 3 for 59 from 7.1 overs against Australia. Sharma’s bowling best figures in her career is 6-20 that she claimed in the final ODI against Sri Lanka at Ranchi.
Sharma was also involved in a world record opening partnership of 320 runs with Poonam Raut, with the former contributing 188 runs. Thus, breaking both the standing women’s record of 229 (by Sarah Taylor and Caroline Atkins of England) and the standing men’s record in ODIs of 286 (by Upul Tharanga and Sanath Jayasuriya of Sri Lanka). She was honored with Jagmohan Dalmia Trophy for best Senior Women’s Cricketer in 2018-2019 by BCCI.
Tajinder used to play cricket as a child, but his father encouraged him to take shot put. He took up a shot put in 2006 in Khosa Pando village in Moga district, India. He joined the Indian Navy under a sports quota program that allows him to train and compete internationally. In June 2017, Toor recorded his personal best outdoor throw of 20.40m at the Federation Cup National Senior Athletics Championships in Patiala but fell short of the World Championships qualification standard of 20.50m. In the following month, he won the silver medal at the 2017 Asian Athletics Championships in Bhubaneswar with a throw of 19.77m, missing out on the gold medal by 0.03m. Toor won gold at the 2018 Asian Games with a 20.75m throw, breaking the Games record and the national record. He qualified for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games by throwing 21.49m at the Indian Grand Prix IV in 2021, clearing the 21.10m entry standard. This throw also rewrote the national as well as Asian records.
Tamil Nadu sprinter Dhanalakshmi Sekar came to fame after winning three medals at the 2021 Federation Cup. She topped 100m women’s runner Dutee Chand to the gold and followed it up by edging past former world junior champion Hima Das in the 200m heats. Dhanalakshmi’s second feat also saw her break the legendary PT Usha’s meet record in 200m, set 23 years back. And her grit and determination could be easily highlighted as she lost one of her sisters last year but she came back strongly with a dominant performance at Federation Cup.
Dhanalakshmi lost her father at a very young age.
In 2019, a bronze medal finish in the 200m in the Federation Cup in Patiala was followed by her first overseas meet at Pezenas, France, where she clinched the gold medal in 200m and silver in 100m. At the 2019 Inter-State Championships in Lucknow, Dhanalakshmi snagged bronze in the 200m event and was a part of the Tamil Nadu team which won gold in the 4x100m relay. In 2018 June, she finished third in both 100m and 200m at the Tamil Nadu State Championships held in Tirunelveli.
Hailing from the city of Madurai in Tamil Nadu, Revathi is 23-year-old. Born into a financially unstable family, she lost her father when studying in 4th grade and her mother the next year. Revathi, along with her sister, then stayed in government-run hostels and studied in government-run schools with support from her grandmother, who worked as a daily wage labourer.
V Revathi emerged as the fastest Indian woman during the mixed 4x400m Olympic relay team trials. While her performance would not have been a surprise to the close followers of Indian athletics, too many others it certainly was.
The youngster clocked 53.55 seconds to cross the finish line ahead of the likes of Shuba V, the latest sprinting sensation Dhanalakshmi, the experienced Jisna Mathew, and the Asian Games gold medallist VK Vismaya, to make her way to the Indian Olympic contingent. Revathi has been around for quite some time, but it is her qualification to the 2020 Tokyo Olympics as part of the Mixed 4x400m team, bringing her the much-needed spotlight.
Delhi sprinter Sarthak Bhambri has come a long way after suffering a career-threatening knee injury five years ago. He will make Olympics debut for India in the mixed 4x400m relay team at the Tokyo Olympics 2020 after a decidedly uphill battle. At the beginning of 2017, Sarthak Bhambri felt a pain in his right knee. He was unable to run without feeling pain and had to undergo surgery. The period post knee surgery was even more traumatic for him as the doctor told him he might not run again. In the final selection trials conducted by the Athletics Federation of India (AFI) to select 400m runners for the mixed 4x400m relay team in Patiala, Sarthak Bhambri finished first with a time of 47.73 seconds to get the nod of the AFI.