Sports Business

Reborn USFL Offers Low But Egalitarian Salaries

Each player reportedly makes $600 per week for training camp and $4,500 for being on the active roster during each game.

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John Daly and Son Sign Hooters Partnership, NIL Deal

The younger Daly said, “I have seen my father’s great relationship with Hooters over the years, and I am proud to continue my family’s association with this iconic brand.”

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Carolina Panthers ‘Terminate’ $800M Rock Hill Project 

The Carolina Panthers said it notified a South Carolina city it would “formally terminate” agreements on new headquarters project.

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NCAA Women’s Gymnastics Dominates ESPN Social Media Engagement

Women’s gymnastics drew more engagement on ESPN social platforms than any other women’s sport in 2022, the network announced.

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City Football Group Is Taking Over The World’s Game

The owner of Manchester City and nine other clubs around the world specializes in an exciting brand of soccer. In 2020-21, CFG had four concurrent domestic champions.

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Report: Viral Nation Lands $198M in Funding

Marketing firm Viral Nation Inc, which focuses on influencer marketing and includes a robust sports portfolio, just got a major infusion of capital.

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Sports Video Tech Company Trace Closes $47M Funding Round

Trace, a sports video technology company, recently announced that it raised $47 million in a Series C funding round.

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ESPN’s WNBA Draft Viewership Up 20% Over 2021

Women’s basketball has notched yet another viewership milestone. The draft’s 403,000 viewers was the most since 2004.

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Blockchain, Dallas Cowboys Strike 1st Cryptocurrency Deal for NFL Team

The $6.5B-valued Cowboys announced that they partnered with London-based Blockchain. In March the crypto company was valued at $14B.

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Athletes Unlimited Is 1st Pro League Designated as Public Benefit Corporation

The innovative women’s sports league released its first PBC report on Tuesday.

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