Stadiums

Teams to Invest At Least $10B in New Stadiums

U.S. sports teams are looking to spend at least $10 billion on new stadium projects, often incorporating dining and hospitality.

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$12T IoT Market Could help Grow Sports, Fitness Companies

By 2030, the IoT industry is anticipated to be a multi-trillion dollar industry, with applications spanning across a wide array of verticals.

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Rays Pitch New Stadiums in Tampa Bay, Montreal

The Tampa Bay Rays are working to become MLB’s first multi-city team. The team is seeking new stadiums in Tampa and Montreal.

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Bills to Sell PSLs to Help Pay for $1.4B Stadium

The Buffalo Bills plan to sell personal seat licenses to cover a portion of the cost to build a proposed new $1.4 billion stadium.

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A Powerful Partnership Focuses on Fan Health

At the recent Wells Fargo Championship in Charlotte, North Carolina, fan focus was clearly on the PGA players. But Atrium Health, the Official Healthcare Provider of the event, saw a […]

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No More Empty Stadiums?

After teams eased COVID attendance restrictions, college football fans returned to watch Week 1 matchups in droves.

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Starbucks Files Trademark for Future Stadium Naming Rights

The coffee giant filed a trademark that would allow it to use  its name on a stadium or sports training facility, should it acquire the rights.

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PayPal Announces 10-Year Partnership with San Jose Earthquakes

PayPal announced a partnership with the San Jose Earthquakes marking what could be a shift toward contactless transactions in stadiums.

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College Stadiums’ Role in Vaccine Distribution

College sports venues are providing large, accessible centers to facilitate the final step in the COVID-19 vaccine supply chain. Communities will finally receive their vaccinations in stadiums like Michigan’s Big […]

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Worcester Red Sox Prepare for 2021 Season with New Network, New Ballpark

With a new ballpark set to open soon, the Worcester Red Sox have made siginificant upgrades to their technology strategy.

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