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Sports Betting Companies Spending Billions on U.S. Market

Sports betting companies are spending heavily in a race to acquire market share in the growing U.S. market.

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Congress Eyes WFT Hearing Near Super Bowl Weekend

Congress could schedule a hearing on the NFL’s investigation into the Washington Football Team near Super Bowl weekend.

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Economic Issues Loom for MLB Labor Negotiations

MLB and the MLBPA have been sorting out non-economic issues, but the two sides are putting off discussions around player compensation until January.

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Flutter Buys Italy’s Oldest Gaming Company for $2.2B

FanDuel owner Flutter Entertainment has purchased Italian gambling operator Sisal in a deal valued at $2.2 billion.

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Triller to Merge with Tech Company SeaChange

Short-form video company Triller is going public through a reverse merger. The transaction values Triller at $5 billion.

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The Company Educating College Sports' Biggest Programs on NIL

Six Power 5 schools have signed on to renew $2 million worth of deals with Altius Sports Partners for their NIL services.

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Tesla Under Investigation for Allowing Drivers to Play Video Games

Tesla is under investigation by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration for allowing active drivers to play video games.

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FIFA Digs In On Its Biennial World Cup Plan

Switching the World Cup from every four years to two years could bring in $4.4 billion in additional revenue for FIFA.

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NHL First Pro League To Pause Season This Year

The National Hockey League is the first North American professional sports league to fully halt its schedule.

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Nike Posts $11.4B In Q2 Revenue

Nike reported $11.4 billion in second-quarter earnings on Monday, beating analysts’ estimates of $11.25 billion.

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