The Topps Co.

Topps, the physical and digital trading card brand owned by global merchandising company Fanatics, has retained its contract with Formula 1 motor racing in a multi-year renewal.

Athletes Unlimited, the player-focused professional women's sports league for basketball, softball, lacrosse and volleyball, is releasing its first trading card set through a partnership with Topps and…

Set of agreements to combine player, school licensing for digital, physical cards

The German Football League (DFL) has announced that its total income from the awarding of licensing rights for stickers, trading cards and non-fungible tokens for the Bundesliga will reach in excess of…

The Topps Company, the physical and digital trading card company owned by global merchandising giant Fanatics, has become an official licensed partner of the Uefa Euro 2024 national team football tournament…

In this week’s episode, podcast co-hosts Eric Fisher and Chris Russo interview Ken Solomon, Tennis Channel president. Fisher and Russo also discuss The New York Times Company’s $550m (€486.9m) deal to acquire sports media outlet of The Athletic, Fanatics’ market-shifting, $500m purchase of the sports and entertainment assets of The Topps Co., and the National Football League’s deliberations around the forthcoming Super Bowl LVI in California amid the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.

Company calls deal a "significant pillar" in bid to become dominant digital entity

Dramatic deal arrives less than five months after acquisition of MLB, MLBPA rights

Iconic trading card company said it was blindsided by actions of MLB, MLBPA

Creation of new joint venture to end long-running MLB tie with Topps

Trading card company raises full-year sales forecast for second time in 2021

Trading card company continues to benefit from ongoing collectibles boom

Trading card company grows presence in blockchain-based collectibles

In this week's episode, podcast co-hosts Eric Fisher and Chris Russo interview Jahm Najafi, chief executive of The Najafi Companies and vice chairman of the National Basketball Association's Phoenix Suns. Eric and Chris also discuss the recent deal in which venerable trading card entity The Topps Co. will become a public company, the continued growth of non-fungible tokens (NFTs), New York state enacting mobile sports betting, and the emergence of Genius Sports following its landmark agreement to acquire National Football League data rights.

Merger values venerable trading card company at $1.3bn

Limited-edition card set recreates classic baseball covers from venerable magazine

Trading card company expands new line of artistically reimagined cards

Women’s sports league developer Athletes Unlimited is expanding its reach and visibility by securing a distribution deal with three regional sports networks for its 2020 softball season.