“If you’re trying to turn a profit, you don’t have to bet what the public is talking about, what all these shows are talking about, what everybody’s advising you to bet,” he says. And because his podcast isn’t about a game two days later, unlike most sports betting rival offerings, it has longevity and relevance months later.
Ticket sales have dropped to zero and it’s unclear when fans will be allowed back through the turnstiles. Global sponsorship rights-fees are projected to fall 37% to $28.9 billion in 2020 as a result of the coronavirus crisis, according to sports marketing agency Two Circles.
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Pro sports leagues, franchises, players, and staffs can step up to the plate by making it clear that there won’t be a return to play from the COVID-19 epidemic until there is a serious and actionable plan for responding to the type of racism we are seeing today.
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