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Penn National Doubles Down on Sports Betting, Acquires theScore

Penn National Gaming made a major addition to its sports betting portfolio by acquiring theScore for roughly $2 billion.

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Robert Griffin III Finalizing TV Deal With Disney's ESPN

Robert Griffin III is nearing a deal to join ESPN to call college football and the NFL, sources tell Front Office Sports.

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Hall of Fame Events Revised Due to COVID-19

Some Hall of Fame events were revised as fans are set to return en masse to NFL games after COVID restrictions.

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La Liga Agrees to $3.2 Billion Private Equity Investment from CVC

La Liga has agreed to sell a 10% stake to private equity firm CVC Capital Partners. The league now needs majority approval from its teams.

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Lawsuit Clouds Activision Blizzard's Big Quarter

Activision Blizzard posted its second-quarter earnings while it reels from a sexual discrimination lawsuit and employee turmoil.

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NCAA Gender Equity Review Reveals Systemic Problems

‘Gender inequities at the NCAA—and specifically within the NCAA Division I basketball championships—stem from the structure and systems of the NCAA itself,’ the report found.

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Under Armour Raises Outlook As Revenue Jumps 91%

Under Armour released second-quarter earnings Tuesday and the company’s revenue made a massive leap to $1.4 billion.

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Super Bowl Could Go Pay-Per-View, Says Network Exec

Former ESPN president John Skipper recently said that he could see the NFL Super Bowl as a pay-per-view event.

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Bills Consider Leaving Buffalo

The Buffalo Bills are floating Austin, Texas as a potential relocation spot, should they fail to strike a deal with New York State.

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Formula 1 Viewership Surges in 2021 Season

Viewership for F1 has increased 36% compared to the 2019 season, with revenue spiking to $180 million in Q1 of this year.

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