Serie A Gets Another North American Owner in the Krause Group

Parma Calcio is now the fifth North American-owned Serie A team. The others include AS Roma, Fiorentina, AC Milan and Bologna.

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The Ringer Bolsters NBA Coverage with Jackie MacMullan Hire

The Ringer is bringing on acclaimed NBA writer Jackie MacMullan, who will debut on “The Bill Simmons Podcast.”

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Tonal Raises $110 Million, Steph Curry Among New Investors

Tonal, a wall-mounted system which costs $2,995, lets users lift up to 200 pounds in “digital weights.”

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DeAndre Hopkins Joins Therabody as Investor and Ambassador

Therabody’s other athlete ambassadors span a range of sports, from Maria Sharapova to Paul George.

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Barstool Sports Launches Sportsbook, Confident Fans Will Follow

In good times and bad, Barstool Sports supporters follow the company’s lead. That’s what it’s banking on with the Barstool Sportsbook.

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Q&A: theScore’s John Levy on Indiana Launch & Betting Landscape

“What we’re seeing in terms of engagement on the app and in terms of betting wagering, there’s a huge pickup really quickly. We’re seeing stuff before the NFL started; it’s rivaling Super Bowl week,” Levy said.

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Victory Club, Virtual Grandstand Bring Homebound Fans to U.S. Open

With this year’s U.S. Open golf tournament, the USGA is offering numerous virtual ways for fans to take in the experience from home.

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Rubicon Talent Prepares for NIL Reform With New College Sports Division

Rubicon-U will advise amateur athletes, brands, universities, conferences and media platforms on ways to leverage opportunities with NIL legislation, however it plays out.

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Trading Card Explosion Entices eBay to Expand its Efforts

E-commerce corporation eBay sells millions of trading cards annually — but this year’s numbers have shown unprecedented success.

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Senate Debate on College Athlete Name, Image and Likeness Continues

Senators and witnesses debated whether Congress should write its own laws for NIL, give the power to the NCAA through an antitrust exemption, or let states determine how they want to handle athlete compensation.

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Fundamentals: RISE CEO Diahann Billings-Burford

Diahann Billings-Burford is the CEO of RISE, a national nonprofit whose mission is to use sports as a means of eliminating racial discrimination and acting as a vehicle for social justice and societal equality.

Fundamentals: MLL Commissioner Sandy Brown

Sandy Brown — commissioner of Major League Lacrosse — discusses the logistics and realities of the league’s return to play with a single-location tournament format, along with the growth of the sport as a whole.

Fundamentals: Evil Geniuses CEO Nicole LaPointe Jameson

Nicole LaPointe Jameson, CEO of professional esports team Evil Geniuses, discusses the state of esports and what is next for the organization.

Fundamentals: The Launch of VaynerGaming

VaynerGaming division lead Darren Glover and VaynerSports EVP Mike Neligan join the show to discuss the new division, and the future of commercial opportunities in esports.


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