Month: August 2021

Slinger Raises $11M in Oversubscribed Round

Slinger, known for its innovative sports equipment, raised $11 million on Wednesday in an oversubscribed funding round.

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Details Emerge Surrounding Raiders Exodus As Investigation Launches

The Raiders are conducting an internal investigation in the wake of departures of four team executives, sources tell FOS.

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Real Madrid Promises Legal Action Against La Liga-CVC Deal

La Liga’s teams will vote on a proposed deal with CVC Capital Partners. Real Madrid has promised legal action to block the pact.

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‘PUBG’ Maker Krafton Fails to Meet Expectations with $3.8B IPO

Video game holding company Krafton Inc. failed to level up during its $3.8 billion initial public offering.

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Aviron Raises $4.5 Million Amid Connected Rowing Boom

Home rowing machine Aviron announced it raised $4.5 million in funding, adding to the $750,000 raised in early-stage funding.

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Building the Momentum

Athletes will have to stay relevant enough to keep making money off NIL when their sports don’t enjoy the same spotlight as in an Olympic year.

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Recipe for Success

Olympians with NCAA eligibility, like wrestling gold medalist Gable Steveson, have already signed NIL deals. How can other athletes capitalize?

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A New Opportunity

Because of the NCAA’s new rules, these Olympians have an opportunity never afforded to their predecessors: They can cash in on NIL and compete for NCAA programs at the same time.

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FuboTV's Number of Paid Subscribers Up 138% in Q2

FuboTV released its second-quarter earnings report Tuesday, recording $130.9 million in revenue, a 196% increase year-over-year.

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Phil Mickelson Sells Six Courses to Arcis Golf

Golf legend Phil Mickelson sold six Arizona golf courses to Arcis Golf, a fund created by Arcis Equity Partners.

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