Federal Judge’s Ruling Prohibits Sports Betting in Florida

Florida has ceased all sports betting and gaming following a ruling that rejects a compact between the Florida government and Seminole Tribe.

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Sporting Lisbon in Talks to Repurchase Debt Worth $282 Million

Sporting Lisbon is reportedly in talks to repurchase debt worth $282 million from its two largest lenders.

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Monster Beverage Considers Deal with Constellation Brands

Monster Beverage is exploring a combination deal with alcohol distributor Constellation Brands, according to Bloomberg.

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Tottenham Hotspur Posts $107 Million Loss in Pandemic-Rocked Year

Tottenham Hotspur lost $106.9 million in fiscal 2021, as the Premier League did not allow live fans at matches until late in the year.

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Genius Sports Raises Full-Year Outlook After Strong Q3

Genius Sports raised its full-year revenue guidance following Tuesday’s third-quarter earnings report.

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Barcelona, Manchester City End Blockchain Partnerships

FC Barcelona and Manchester City both called off deals with blockchain companies due to legitimacy concerns.

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Nike Doubles Down on Mental Health

Nike announced its new “Mind Sets” program last week, and it’s all about helping users prioritize their mental health.

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IPL Broadcasting Rights Are A Hot Commodity

With two new teams joining the league, the Indian Premier League will likely draw in a number of bidders for broadcasting rights.

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Rogers Might Sell Some of Its Blue Jays Stake

Rogers Communications is reportedly thinking about selling some of its stake in the Toronto Blue Jays and its stadium.

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Amazon Takes Lead In Talks for NFL Media Stake

Amazon has taken pole position in negotiations for outside investors to buy a piece of the NFL’s sprawling media empire.

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CVC, HPS to Invest In Authentic Brands at $12.7B Valuation

Authentic Brands Group is postponing its IPO to 2023 or 2024. It has agreed to a significant investment from two private equity firms.

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College Sports Event Operators Invest in NIL

For the first time, athletes themselves can get paid to market college games through NIL deals.

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MLB Appears Open to Lockout When CBA Expires

Major League Baseball appears open to a lockout should it fail to reach an agreement with its players by December 1.

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A Social Media Unicorn Hiding in Plain Sight

In late 2020, Strava received unicorn status when it was valued at $1.65 billion. A year later, the company’s steady rise has mostly flown under the radar.

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Rams Owner Could Reportedly Split from NFL to Settle Lawsuit

NFL owners reportedly received an email from Rams owner Stan Kroenke’s reps threathening to settle the relocation case with St. Louis.

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