Month: March 2021

JD Sports Set to Buy Majority Stake in Another Sportswear Chain

JD Sports is set to buy a stake in Marketing Investment Group, which operates over 410 retail stores across nine countries.

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Better Sports Betting Odds at Buffalo Wild Wings

BetMGM will offer more favorable betting odds on wagers placed at Buffalo Wild Wings restaurants in a unique partnership.

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Webinar: How The PGA TOUR Drives Digital Engagement

(iX.co is a proud sponsor of Front Office Sports) The PGA TOUR has always been at the forefront of digital engagement and innovation. In collaboration with its longtime partner, iX.co, […]

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Emerging Sports and Leagues Defining The Next Decade

On Fridays in 2021, we are shifting the popular “Question of the Day” poll section at the bottom of our FOS AM newsletter into an open-ended question, and welcoming FOS […]

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A Race to Redefine How We Watch Sports

Apple, Facebook, and Amazon have all invested in building the modern sports fan experience with patents, partnerships, and acquisitions.

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America's Cup Missing Out on Revenue from Wealthy Spectators

The America’s Cup is taking place in New Zealand. COVID-19 protocols will deny the local economy of many revenue-generating superyachts.

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Callaway and Topgolf Merger is Officially Complete

Topgolf and Callaway have officially merged to wedge the $80 billion golf industry after an initial announcement in October.

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Football Index Suspends Operations After Market Crash

The Football Index, a market in which users could buy and sell shares of soccer players, suspended operations on Thursday.

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CVC Capital Is Purchasing A Stake in Six Nations Rugby

Six Nations Rugby is selling a stake of its tournament to private equity firm CVC Capital Partners for $509 million.

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Rush Street Interactive Sees Huge Growth

Rush Street Interactive posted 2020 revenue of $278.5 million, a 337% increase from the previous year, and booked $100 million in Q4 revenue.

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