Monday, November 30, 2020
Will fans be tested? Teams, leagues mulling the idea for event entry
With COVID-19 cases rising, more attention has shifted to the idea of testing fans for the virus before they enter an event. But questions loom about logistics, who would pay for the tests and whether fans would even be willing to go to such an extreme.
U.S.-based agencies making moves to become major players in global soccer
Driven by the fandom and finances behind global soccer, U.S.-based sports and entertainment agencies have invested in the world's most popular sport like never before.
NCAA creating infrastructure and guidelines to manage NIL
The need for regulation in the upcoming name, image and likeness era is becoming a major point of discussion as NCAA legislation is drafted before it’s voted on in January.
Virtual Pro Bowl could prove good catch for NFL
The pandemic forced the NFL to cancel the Pro Bowl, but an all-virtual equivalent centered around EA Sports’ Madden video game franchise could bring lasting innovation.
Brands dominating in home markets
SportsAtlas, the data research arm of Sports Business Journal, put together a look at the United States showing which brand has the most current sponsorships in each state.