Tom Brady’s production company, Religion of Sports, is reportedly looking to raise $50 million, which would value the company at $100 million, according to The Information.
Religion of Sports was founded four years ago and has already produced the Brady documentary “Man in the Arena,” along with the Simone Biles doc “Simone vs. Herself.”
The company, co-founded by the recently retired Brady, former NFL player Michael Strahan, and filmmaker Gotham Chopra, has raised $16 million to date. Last year, its revenue reached roughly $35 million.
- Last year, Brady also formed 199 Productions — a multiplatform content company focused on films, documentaries, and TV shows.
- Religion of Sports is more zeroed in on sports and the passions behind it, whereas 199 Productions has more wide-ranging projects.
Brady is at the helm of several other businesses, and the seven-time Super Bowl champion has reportedly made $293 million just from playing contracts in the NFL over his 22-year career.
He’s a co-founder of NFT platform Autograph and nutrition company TB12, and he unveiled BRADY, his own apparel line, earlier this year.