Month: April 2021

Saudi Arabia’s Failed Soccer Club Bid Reemerges

A representative for Boris Johnson said the U.K. Prime Minister did not “intervene” in Saudi Arabia’s attempt to purchase Newcastle United.

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Mixed Results for Mobile Gaming Giant AppLovin After IPO

AppLovin raised $2 billion in its IPO. The mobile tech company is valued at $21.5 billion after shares dropped in its market debut.

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Mark Cuban Rides Dogecoin’s Meteoric Surge

Dogecoin spiked over 500% in the past seven days to $50 billion, and billionaire Mark Cuban could be a part of the reason why.

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Dwyane Wade Buys Ownership Stake in Utah Jazz

Retired superstars like Dwyane Wade made so much money during their playing careers they don’t want to work for teams any more. They want to own them.

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Ferrari Hitting Racetrack With Electric Vehicles

Ferrari is getting into gear with the help of electric vehicles. The car maker confirmed its first all-electric vehicle and EV racing.

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How FloSports Produced The MAJORS

(FloSports is a proud partner of Front Office Sports) In early 2020, no elite cheer squad could have imagined going live, virtually, with what normally would be considered one of […]

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The Best Things about Working in Sports

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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NFL All-In On Sports Betting

The NFL announced multiyear deals with Caesars, DraftKings and FanDuel, partnerships worth around $1 billion total.

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Jake Paul Faces His Toughest Opponent Yet: Ben Askren

Jake Paul will meet former MMA fighter Ben Askren Saturday night at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta for this third fight.

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NWSL’s Chaotic First Week

The National Women’s Soccer League grew its viewership in 2020, a year where most sports lost viewers, and had an eventful first week.

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