This morning, in a monumental decision, the United States struck down PASPA.
From legal ongoings in esports to a Sketchers suing Adidas, there is always a lot going on at the intersection of sports and law.
One of the hottest topics in sports business rests in the hands of the nine Supreme Court justices. As we await a decision in the Christie v. NCAA case, a case that aims to invalidate the 1992 Professional and Amateur Sports Protection (PASPA) Act, which bans states from authorizing or licensing sports betting, we have seen state legislators begin to put legislation in place as well as leagues seeking to acquire “integrity fees” as part of this legislation. The […]
A comprehensive breakdown of recent legal cases and their impact on the sports industry.
The American Gaming Association (AGA) estimates that Americans will wager more than $10 billion on the upcoming 2018 NCAA men’s basketball tournament.
Investing $100 million of his own money, McMahon is confident XFL 2.0 is going to thrive.
The former CNBC founder is now trying his hand at a gaming app for live sports. Tom Rogers (Image via WinView) Before TiVo, there was CNBC. Behind both was Tom Rogers. Now growing a new company, WinView, where he sits as Executive Chairman, he is on a path to continue innovating within the media landscape. Act 1: CNBC People don’t think of CNBC as innovative anymore, but when cable TV was starting to emerge following the 1984 Cable Act (which Rogers was involved […]
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