Month: April 2022

Apple May Already Have ‘NFL Sunday Ticket’ Deal

Apple is on the verge of securing a deal for ‘NFL Sunday Ticket’ and may have a deal already. Apple could bundle three NFL media properties.

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Commanders Label Allegations ‘Implausible’ in Response to FTC

The Washington Commanders’ legal team calls allegations of fraud made by a former team employee “uncorroborated and implausible.”

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SeatGeek Posts Record $82.5M in Q4 Revenue

Ticketing platform SeatGeek reported record fourth-quarter revenue in the company’s latest earnings report.

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Jake Paul’s Promotion Company Lands Coveted, Marketable Phenom

Jake Paul has signed 18-year-old boxer Ashton Sylve to Most Valuable Promotions, the company Paul launched last year.

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‘Perfect’ Phenom Roki Sasaki Could Be MLB’s Next Expensive Import

The 20-year-old flamethrower has tossed 17 consecutive perfect innings in Japan’s Nippon Professional Baseball league.

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Chris Paul’s Best Chance at Title on His $120M Late-Career Contract

Paul became the oldest player in NBA playoff history to drop 30 points and 10 assists in a game. He’s third all-time in career earnings ($330.7M).

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Jordan Spieth Reaches $50M Milestone, Moves to 11th in Career Earnings

With his 13th career PGA Tour victory, the 28-year-old Texan has now made $50.6 million during his career.

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Commanders Call Allegations ‘Implausible’ in Response to FTC

The Washington Commanders’ legal team calls allegations of fraud made by a former team employee “uncorroborated and implausible.”

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Qatar World Cup Ticket Sales on Pace for Best Since 2014

There’s strong demand for tickets to the 2022 World Cup, despite concerns about available accommodations.

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Panthers’ Pause on $800M Facility Jeopardizes $115M in Tax Credits

The pause on construction of the Panthers’ practice facility and headquarters could result in no tax credits if it’s not done by 2024.

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