Month: June 2021

UEFA Secures $600M TV Deal with beIN Sports

The UEFA has renewed its deal with BeIN sports at $200 million a year for three years to broadcast Champions League and other games.

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Wearables Connecting Athletes to Fans

Wearable makers like WHOOP, STATSports, Oura, and Catapult are appealing to both athletes and fans, and sometimes connecting them.

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DAZN Refuses $1.8B Offer To Share Serie A TV Rights

DAZN has declined a $1.83 billion offer from Comcast’s Sky Sports to share Serie A broadcasting rights for the next three years.

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Dak Prescott Leaves adidas for Jordan Brand

Dallas Cowboys quaterback Dak Prescott is leaving adidas to sign a five-year sponsorship deal with Jordan Brand.

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Spotify Owner Could Make Bigger Offer for Arsenal

Spotify CEO Daniel Ek is reportedly set to increase his bid to $2.83 billion to acquire Arsenal from Stan Kroenke.

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ESPN Latest Media Company To Eye Its Own Sportsbook

ESPN is going “all-in” on sports betting, say sources. ESPN is exploring the launch of its own branded sportsbooks.

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NFL Eyes German City for Regular-Season Game

The NFL wants to expand its International Series. The league is seeking a German city as a host of regular-season games.

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GameStop Revenue Jumps, Brings in Amazon Execs

GameStop announced its new CEO and CFO will both be former Amazon executives, and its revenue grew 25%, despite an overall loss.

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Apple Reveals App Store Revenue, Awaits Verdict

Apple has been careful about what it says about its app store, given its antitrust trial, but it revealed the store’s historical revenue.

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Table Tennis Continues To Bring In Bettors, Players

In a trend seen since the start of the pandemic, sports bettors are continuing to wager on a game they don’t know much about: table tennis.

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