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Back again with another bumper week of news stories in the newsletter. We also have the third episode of our podcast, Sports Tech Live.
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When Hull City football supporter Daniel Mawer tweeted last weekend that security guards had threatened to kick him out of its stadium for texting, there was an outcry. Fans accused the guards of heavy-handed tactics, demanding to know why using a mobile phone was outlawed. Gary Lineker even waded i
Ticket demand for the NFL’s five international games this season has jumped 55% compared to 2018 thanks to the American football league’s efforts to grow its global fan base, ticket retailer StubHub said on Thursday.
Brett Yormark, the top executive behind the Brooklyn Nets and Barclays Center arena, is stepping down ahead of an impending ownership change at the basketball team, according to a person familiar with the matter.
Across the country, as the three true outcomes alter baseball’s spectator appeal, adults have picked up their yellow bats and plastic balls and adopted the traditional children’s game as a competitive sport