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JohnWallStreet: Take-Two Interactive 2k Game to Pay NBA

Take-Two Interactive will pay the NBA and the NBAPA up to $1.1 Billion – more than twice the value of the expiring deal – over the next 7 years, for the rights to use team logos and player likeness’ in its popular 2K game.
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JohnWallStreet – Early Entrants: Episode 2

Less than 3 years after Liberty Media acquired F1, John Malone and company are said to be exploring scenarios that would decrease their stake in the international racing circuit; everything from an exit - to the introduction of new equity partners - is under consideration.
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JohnWallStreet: U.S. Justice Department Altered Position on Walt Disney Company’s Acquisition

The Justice Department’s change of heart could end up saving Disney billions.
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JohnWallStreet: NBA Looking Into “Opportunities and Threats” in Sports Betting

The league has taken a cautious approach to legalized sports betting thus far, announcing just data partnerships and basic sponsorship pacts.
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JohnWallStreet – Early Entrants: Episode 1

Disney is exploring avenues to enter the sports betting space.
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NYVC Sports on How the Investment Landscape Has Changed

On May 14, 2018, the lives of American sport bettors changed forever.
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JohnWallStreet: UFC Moves UFC232 Card From Las Vegas to LA on 6 Days Notice

The UFC moved its December 29th UFC232 card from Las Vegas to Los Angeles on just 6 days’ notice after the Nevada State Athletic Commission decided not to issue headliner Jon “Bones” Jones a license to fight in the state.
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JohnWallStreet: CFB Playoff Expansion “Inevitable” Despite Bama, Clemson Blowouts

The CFB Playoff Selection Committee’s decision to include Oklahoma - at the expense of SEC East champion Georgia and Big Ten champion Ohio State, had many - including Big Ten Commissioner Jim Delaney - calling for expansion of the current 4-team field to 8 teams; perhaps as soon as 2020.
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JohnWallStreet: Ticketmaster Denies Collaboration With Ticket Brokers

The undercover sting also determined that the ticketing giant was manipulating inventory to increase the perception of demand and then driving up the price of the remaining seats as actual inventory declined.
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JohnWallStreet: Showtime Fight Between Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury Tracking to Surpass 300K Buys

Showtime has yet to release the final viewership figures for their December 1st boxing match between Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury, but The Ring’s Mike Coppinger has reported that the fight is tracking to “surpass 300K buys.”

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