Amidst the spring football league’s collapse, countless vendors are still waiting to get paid for services rendered.
The XFL is biding its time and growing in a unique way amidst the closure of the AAF and two more spring football startups planning to launch in 2020.
With the Alliance of American Football filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, stakeholders in the short-lived league could be waiting a while to get paid.
In the filings, the league claims assets of $11.3 million and liabilities of $48.3 million. According to the documents, the league has $536,160.68 in cash.
Thanks to a digital team filled with fresh faces and new ideas, a new professional football league is about to take off.
Big football names, high-quality play, and fan integration highlight the league’s approach, which also looks to further the connection to Las Vegas through partnerships.
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