In this week's US sports industry round-up: United bid wins 2026 World Cup vote by landslide; NBCSN to simulcast Telemundo Russia 2018 matches; and New Jersey sports betting bill is given the green light.
In this week's US sports industry round-up: Delaware ushers in new sports betting era; United 2026 bid outscores 'high risk' Morocco; and the New York Yankees win scheduling battle with ESPN.
Looking at historical data of the publicly-traded commercial partners of the US major leagues shows that investing in Official Corporate Partners is a sound long-term investment strategy.
In this week's US sports industry round-up: NBA Finals tickets are cheapest in four years; FC Cincinnati to join MLS in 2019; and Twin Cities 'netted $370m from Super Bowl'
In this week's US sports industry round-up: Tepper wins race to take over Carolina Panthers; Supreme Court rules in favour of sports betting; and NBA play-off ratings continue to soar.
In this week's US sports industry round-up: MLB aims to establish long-term relationship with London; United 2026 offers financial and diplomatic assurances; and Manning considers joining Panthers ownership group
In this week's US sports industry round-up: Khan wants Wembley Stadium to host Super Bowl; NFL Draft draws record TV ratings; and Trump interference threatens USA-led World Cup bid
Rory Squires looks at the evolution of the NFL Draft and how moving the event from the Radio City Music Hall allowed the league to significantly grow the event and upscale its marketing efforts
The NFL employed Chinese-Canadian superstar Kris Wu as an ambassador in its latest attempt to cultivate audiences in China. Mark Dreyer examines the thinking behind the move and looks at historical attempts by the league to build audiences in the country.
Amazon, Facebook and ball-tracking technology | The highs and lows of the NFL season on digital and social media
Richard Clarke rounds-up some of the ways in which digital, social media and technology impacted the NFL during the 2018 season.
Despite a seven-per-cent year-on-year audience decline, Super Bowl LII was still one of the 10 most-viewed shows in US history – making it the perfect platform for brands to reach a mass audience. Broadcaster NBC was able to charge a staggering $5.2m (€4.2m) for a 30-second advertising spot.
George Pyne is the founder of sports investment firm Bruin Sports Capital. The firm’s portfolio includes Deltatre, the company behind the European version of the NFL Game Pass OTT product; On Location Experiences, the official hospitality provider of the NFL; and experiential marketing agency Engine Shop.
Ryan DiNunzio, football and soccer business unit senior director with New Era Cap, the official on-field cap of the NFL, explains how the sportswear company operates around the Super Bowl.