Month: January 2021

Tokyo Organizers Call On Biden To Support Olympic Efforts

Tokyo Olympics organizers may need the U.S. to help push the games to the finish line.  Japanese officials would like President Joe Biden to publicly support efforts to carry on […]

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Microsoft Video Game Sector Has First $5 Billion Quarter

Microsoft’s video game business soared to new heights in its second fiscal quarter of 2021. The technology giant surpassed $5 billion in gaming revenue in a single quarter for the […]

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Brodie Van Wagenen Joining Roc Nation Sports

Former New York Mets general manager Brodie Van Wagenen is joining Jay-Z’s Roc Nation Sports agency as chief operating officer. Wagenen was co-head of Creative Artists Agency’s baseball division before […]

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With Budweiser Out, Sam Adams To Air Super Bowl Commercials With Horses

Budweiser’s Clydesdales might be missing from the Super Bowl this year, but Sam Adams plans to run its own ad featuring America’s four-legged icons. The ad will promote Sam Adams […]

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FanFood Extends Contactless Food Delivery to College Sports Gameday Experience

(From Now On is a proud partner of Front Office Sports) As fans slowly make their way back to stadiums after months of events with no fans, the rules of […]

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Vermont WBB Had Enough of Pandemic Basketball

On Jan. 24, University of Vermont women’s basketball announced that players had chosen to abruptly end their season because of COVID-19 concerns.  “The fear outweighed continuing,” head coach Alisa Kresge […]

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COVID-19 Variant Causes Mayhem at Michigan

A highly contagious COVID-19 variant originating in the U.K. found a home in Ann Arbor. Multiple University of Michigan personnel tested positive this week, and the entire athletic department paused […]

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UCLA Reveals Pandemic-Induced Budget Alterations

Financial records are beginning to reveal how college sports budgets have buckled under the pandemic’s weight: The cancellation of the men’s tournament contributed to an almost $56 million shortfall, and […]

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Hyperice Acquires Another Sports Recovery Firm

Hyperice is using its influx of investors to purchase San Diego-based thermal technology company RecoverX. The deal is valued in the eighth-figure range, sources tell Front Office Sports.

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Sports Card App Loupe Inc. Raises $3 Million

The sports card craze isn’t slowing down.  Loupe Tech, Inc., a trading card e-commerce platform with a streaming component, has secured $3 million in funding. The platform’s first funding round […]

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