US sports broadcaster ESPN, which organises the X Games, has announced that U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis will continue to host the summer edition of the action sports event until 2020.
The X Games will stage an event in Australia for the first time next year after Seven West Media struck an agreement to bring the action sports series to Sydney.
The International Festival of Extreme Sports (FISE) has enhanced its partnership with RedTorch in order for the agency to provide full digital support to its World Series.
The X Games action sports franchise is to return to Norway for a second successive year after its organiser, US sports broadcaster ESPN, finalised a deal with Norwegian commercial and pay-television broadcaster TV2 and local event operator SAHR Concepts.
ESPN, the US sports broadcaster and creator of the X Games, has selected Minneapolis as the next American host city for the summer edition of its action sports event under a two-year deal.
The state of Rhode Island and the city of Minneapolis have confirmed bids to host the summer edition of action sports event the X Games, which is set to be held in Austin for the final time next month.
The International Festival of Extreme Sports (FISE) has announced the five cities that will host events during this year’s edition of its World Series and has also confirmed the addition of a new BMX Freestyle Park World Cup event to its schedule, in partnership with the International Cycling Union (UCI).
US sports broadcaster ESPN has announced its summer X Games event will not return to Austin, Texas, next year and has opened a bidding process for US cities interested in hosting the action sports event for consecutive years in 2017 and 2018.
Action sports superstar Travis Pastrana has signalled his commitment to the global expansion undertaken by Nitro Circus by switching his entire commercial portfolio from Red Bull to the youth action sports and entertainment firm he co-founded.
Salt Lake City in the US will host the inaugural Nitro World Games action sports event next summer, it has been confirmed.
The X Games action sports franchise is to return to Europe after organiser, US sports broadcaster ESPN, finalised a deal with Norwegian commercial and pay-television broadcaster TV2 to stage an event in Oslo.
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