Month: December 2020

October Sports Betting Hits Estimated $3B, Gaming Revenue Recovering

A boost in wagers helped the gaming industry generate $3.38 billion in revenue, recovering 93% of last October’s revenue.

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GameStop Revenue Drops 30% in Third Quarter

The company cited the negative impact of operating in the final months of a seven-year-long console cycle and delayed game releases.

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Nielsen Aims to Include Digital Audience by 2024

The new metrics are expected in the fourth quarter of 2022 and secure adoption by ad agencies by the start of the fall 2024 TV season.

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GameStop Earnings Preview

The company’s second quarter saw a 27% slump in sales year-over-year despite video game spending reaching its highest level in 10 years.

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Apple’s Fitness+ Set for Dec. 14 Launch

Apple’s long-awaited workout subscription service, Fitness+, debuts on Dec. 14.  The service will feature guided workouts that are compatible on iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV. It requires an Apple Watch […]

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UCLA Signs with Nike, Jordan Brand in Wake of Under Armour Lawsuit

LA is now a Nike and Jordan Brand school. The deal, which begins July 1, 2021, covers six years, shorter than most university apparel sponsorships. The basketball and football teams […]

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Running Creative and Eye-Catching Ticketing Promotions in 2021

Ticketing promotions in 2021 will require flexibility for fans, among other things, in order to be sucessful for sports organizations.

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Has Sports News Site The Athletic Hit Middle Age?

The Athletic has offered a slough of offers to acquire new subscribers, although It remains “incredibly optimistic” heading into 2021.

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Trending 20 Leaderboard (12/8)

Welcome to the FOS Trending 20, presented by Conviva Social Insights This new collaboration between Front Office Sports and Conviva ranks the pro teams and leagues/events which are driving the [...]

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MLB, Teams Sue Insurers to Recoup Pandemic Losses

Oakland Athletics v. AIG lists insurance companies AIG, Factory Mutual, and Interstate Fire and Casualty Company as the defendants.

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