Month: March 2022

Sanctions, Relegation Put Squeeze On Everton

Everton FC has cut ties with companies associated with sanctioned Russian billionaire Alisher Usmanov. The team could face relegation.

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Arctos Sports Partners Grows MLB Portfolio to Six Teams

Arctos Sports Partners holds stakes in six MLB teams. Its portfolio includes several of the league’s most valuable clubs.

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Strong Holiday Season Boosts Vail Resorts Revenue

Vail Resorts generated $906.5 million in revenue in fiscal Q2 2022, a 32% increase compared to the same period last year.

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Cubs Owner, Citadel CEO Among 200 Interested Chelsea Buyers

Bidders for Chelsea FC have a deadline to submit their offers by Friday, and as many as 200 parties are reportedly interested.

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HSBC Enters Metaverse with ‘The Sandbox’

HSBC is acquiring a plot of land in “The Sandbox” metaverse as a way to connect with sports, esports, and gaming enthusiasts.

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RumbleOn Reports $440.9M in Q4 Revenue

RumbleOn, a marketplace for power sports, reported another successful quarter — even if growth slowed slightly from Q3. 

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Seiya Suzuki is MLB’s Latest Big-Money Japanese Star

The outfielder — a five-time All-Star in Nippon Professional Baseball — has agreed to a five-year, $85 million deal with the Cubs.

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Tyler Herro Is Headed For 1st Sixth Man of the Year

He’s not only leading all reserves in scoring by more than five points, but he’s also the Heat’s top scorer from the bench. When Herro inevitably wins Sixth Man of the Year, he’ll be the second-youngest to ever win the award.

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Manchester United’s Latest Star-Studded European Failure

The Red Devils are staring at another trophyless season after being bounced from the Champions League Round of 16.

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Formula 1 Stokes Growing U.S. Audience

Formula 1 has seen major growth in the U.S. following Netflix’s ‘Drive to Survive.’ The race series is eyeing a third U.S. location.

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