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Drone Racing League sees run of growth by pushing boundaries

Action from a January 2022 Drone Racing League event at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. (DRL)

The Drone Racing League has experienced a run of new business activity and audience development by leaning squarely into emerging trends such as legal sports wagering, 5G and blockchain technology, cryptocurrency, the metaverse, and STEM education. US Editor Eric Fisher reports.

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