Month: March 2022

Louisville’s Hailey Van Lith Proves Why She’s a $1M Star

Sophomore Hailey Van Lith has led Louisville to its fourth Final Four in history. The guard has posted four consecutive games with 20-plus points.

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Paige Bueckers Cementing Superstar Status, Earning Potential

The reigning Player of the Year scored 15 of her game-high 27 points in the extra periods. She has the highest earning potential per social media post ($62.9K) among all remaining March Madness athletes.

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NFL Could Launch Streaming Service

The NFL is looking into launching its own streaming service. The service would allow users to stream games from mobile devices.

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LFP $1.6B Deal with CVC Capital Partners Now Official

The agreement is reportedly for a 13% stake in the company and will facilitate a media rights sale.

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Fanatics Launches ‘First-Of-Its-Kind’ Experience With WWE

Fanatics is adding WWE to its roster in a deal that will see the latter work with Fanatics’ commerce, collectibles, and NFT divisions.

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City Football Group Expands To 11 Teams

City Football Group now has 11 teams in its portfolio following the acquisition of Eerste Divisie soccer club NAC Breda.

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Bills Announce New Stadium As NFL Owners Approve $200M Loan

The Buffalo Bills’ journey toward a new $1.4 billion stadium inched closer to reality in a matter of minutes on Monday.

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Celtics Co-Owner Joins Chelsea Bidding Final Four

Bidding for Chelsea FC is down to four finalists. Final bids must be submitted to The Raine Group by April 11.

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MLB Secures Deal with Capital One Reportedly Worth $125M

MLB has agreed to a deal with Capital One reportedly worth $125 million over five years, according to CNBC.

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Hubert Davis Makes Final Four As 3rd-Lowest-Paid ACC Coach

In the first season of a five-year, $9.8M deal, Hubert Davis is the third-lowest-paid coach in the ACC. He set history by becoming the ninth coach to make a Final Four in his first year.

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