Month: April 2021

Disney, Amazon Potential Buyers For BT Group's Sport Division

BT Sport, the sports-broadcast division of British telecommunications BT Group, could be sold to a U.S.-based media company.

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Ethereum Surges, Sports Footprint Expands

Ethereum has long played second fiddle to bitcoin, but its flexibility as a software could make it the long term cryptocurrency winner.

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Pro Fighting League Adds Famous Investors

Marshawn Lynch’s portfolio expanded again Thursday. “Beast Mode” has taken a stake in the Professional Fighters League, executives for the MMA company told Front Office Sports.  The five-time Pro Bowl […]

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NFL Draft 2021: Year of the Quarterback

The NFL Draft has grown from an insider event into a television extravaganza. This year, quarterbacks could rule the first round.

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Genius Sports’ Mega Month

Genius Sports released its fourth quarter and 2020 earnings report, showing impressive growth in sports betting and media revenue.

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‘Superhuman’ Sport Looks for Its Breakthrough

The Professional Triathletes Organization is trying to make the triathlon a sport with recognizable athletes and anticipated events.

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Microsoft and Sony Booming Off Gaming

Microsoft and Sony are the latest tech companies to report earnings. The Xbox and PS5 have brought business to a whole new level.

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Conor McGregor Whiskey Deal Nets $600M

Conor McGregor’s Irish whiskey brand Proper No. 12 is being sold to Becle-owned Proximo Spirits for $600 million.

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Premier League TV Deal Could Roll Over, Avoid Auction

The British government could clear the way for the English Premier League to avoid a rights auction this year.

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Ready to Ditch?

The models for alternatives to NCAA basketball are enticing. But will players really give up the resources and platform provided by the NCAA?

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