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What does the US Supreme Court sports betting ruling actually mean?

What does the US Supreme Court sports betting ruling actually mean?

The landmark Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) decision to lift the country’s widespread ban on sports betting and turn the matter over to the discretion of individual states has led to widespread speculation over what it means for the US sports industry. Here, SportsPro assesses the impact of Monday’s ruling.

14 May 2018 | By Tom Bassam

Scanning for ideas: How Sportradar is embracing an innovative spirit

Scanning for ideas: How Sportradar is embracing an innovative spirit

Sportradar has developed into a range of new areas in data and media services over the past decade but it still has an eye on how the sports industry will evolve, looking into the university and startup scenes, and even within its own staff, for new talent.

11 May 2018 | By Eoin Connolly

Aston Villa, Fanatics and Luke 1977: A glimpse into the future of kit deals?

Aston Villa, Fanatics and Luke 1977: A glimpse into the future of kit deals?

Last week, English soccer club Aston Villa became the first side in England to adopt a vertical ecommerce model when they announced a three-way kit partnership with Fanatics and Luke 1977. SportsPro looks at the story behind the deal, and how it could revolutionise soccer’s traditional approach to kit production.

04 May 2018 | By Sam Carp

F1 Business Diary 2018: The Azerbaijan Grand Prix

F1 Business Diary 2018: The Azerbaijan Grand Prix

Lewis Hamilton was the beneficiary of good fortune for his first win of the season while in the paddock talks about Asian expansion and the series’ technical regulations continue.

30 April 2018 | By Tom Bassam

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