Blockchain fan token platform Socios.com has secured partnerships with 13 National Football League teams to significantly enhance its presence in the United States sports landscape
In this week’s episode, podcast co-hosts Eric Fisher and Chris Russo interview Lou DePaoli, managing director at global sports consulting and management firm General Sports Worldwide. Fisher and Russo also discuss the new collective bargaining agreement between Major League Baseball and the MLB Players Association, MLB’s streaming rights agreement with Apple, continued developments with the Premier League’s Chelsea and Russian oligarch Roman Abramovich, the National Football League’s season-long suspension of Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Calvin Ridley for gambling offenses, and ownership moves for the Premier Hockey Federation’s Toronto Six and Boston Pride.
The National Football League has suspended Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Calvin Ridley through at least the 2022 season for betting on NFL games in the 2021 season.
NFL team looks to overhaul executive leadership of on-field operations
Stadium designers are increasingly turning toward psychological and anthropological research to guide the development the next generation of NFL facilities and create comfortable, as well as Instagram-able, venues. Randy Williams reports.
Cashless deployments in Atlanta, Tampa point the way toward likely broader adoption across the sport industry.
Arthur Blank, the Atlanta Falcons majority owner, has sold a 10-per-cent stake in the team, in a deal that values the NFL franchise at approximately $3bn (€2.65bn).
The growing trend of "family friendly" concession pricing in North American sports began at Mercedes-Benz Stadium with the Atlanta Falcons and Atlanta United
NFL franchise slashed the price of food and drink at their new Mercedes-Benz Stadium Revenue decline less than anticipated; fan response greater
The one-year anniversary of the Mercedes-Benz Stadium opening will be marked by further price reductions in food and drink concessions.