Month: May 2022

PGA Championship's Quick Organization Could Set New Precedent

This weekend’s PGA Championship could potentially establish a new precedent for how the tournament selects its venues.

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Angel Stadium’s $320M Sale in Limbo Amid Corruption Investigation

Anaheim’s $320 million sale of Angel Stadium to a company controlled by team owner Arte Moreno is on hold amid corruption probe.

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UEFA Pumps Brakes on $6.3B Rescue Fund

UEFA has been working on a $6.3 billion rescue fund to assist European soccer clubs, but has reportedly paused its plans.

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California Bill Could Make Pay for Play for College Athletes a Reality

A bill called the “College Athlete Race and Gender Equity Act” is up for another vote on Thursday in its journey through state bureaucracy.

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NFL Fans Are Split on Tom Brady's Move to Fox Sports

Fox Sports made a reported $375 million bet on Brady as it looks for a new “partner” in building up the sports business.

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U.S. Soccer Makes History With Equal Pay Deal

U.S. Soccer and the men’s and women’s national teams announced a CBA on Wednesday that will see the teams’ athletes receive equal pay.

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Major League Cricket Secures $120M to Expand in U.S.

Major League Cricket has closed a $44 million funding round, which includes an additional commitment of $76 million over the next 12 months.

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Sportradar Revenue Jumps 31% in Q1

Sportradar pulled in $186.4 million in revenue in Q1 2022, a 31% increase compared to the same period last year.

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Eyeing Olympic Inclusion, PLL Announces Offseason Tournament

The Championship Series will be played in the World Lacrosse Sixes format. The tournament was previously a substitute for the 2020 season.

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TV Viewership Skyrockets for 1st Round Of NHL Playoffs

Led by five Game 7s, the 2022 postseason was the most-watched opening round ever on U.S. cable, averaging 768,000 viewers.

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