Packers Cancel Annual Spring Tailgate Tour Per Health Protocols
The Green Bay Packers’ annual Tailgate Tour has been called off due to the ongoing coronavirus crisis. The springtime tradition was scheduled to celebrate its 15th year with a trip through Wisconsin cities La Crosse, Madison and Wisconsin on May 15-17. This year’s tour was touted as a commemoration... Read more
NHL Seattle Delays Name Announcement Amid Pandemic
Up until recently, the biggest mystery in the NHL surrounded the league’s newest expansion team in Seattle. Now, the team is holding off announcing major details as the NHL deals with a suspended season in response to the coronavirus pandemic. NHL Seattle was on track to reveal its official... Read more
Fan-Free WrestleMania Now A Two-Night Event Across Multiple Locations
The WWE decided earlier this week that this year’s edition of WrestleMania will go on without fans. Now, the wrestling show will be held over two nights at multiple locations with former NFL star Rob Gronkowski hosting. It was previously announced that WrestleMania 36 would move from Raymond James... Read more
NFL Teams Extend Season Ticket Payment Period Due To Pandemic
Unlike other major sports leagues, the NFL’s season is currently unaffected by the coronavirus pandemic. However, some teams are doing their part to help aid fans during the crisis. The New York Giants and Green Bay Packers are extending the payment period for season ticket holders in the wake... Read more
NBA Commissioner Weighs Options For Resuming Season
Endless questions surround the sports world as top leagues remain suspended in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. NBA Commissioner Adam Silver is now trying to come up with multiple answers regarding how and when the season will resume. Silver laid out three distinct scenarios for how the NBA... Read more
Tampa Bay Season Tickets In Demand Amid Tom Brady’s Potential Signing
Tom Brady’s announcement that he will not return to the New England Patriots sent shockwaves through the sports world Tuesday. But fans quickly hopped on the opportunity to score Tampa Bay Buccaneers season tickets after reports surfaced that the six-time Super Bowl champ would sign with the team. According... Read more
Opinion: Transfer Restrictions Now a Public Health Issue 
At last month’s hearing on the ticketing industry, members of congress heard testimony pointing out the anti-competitive and privacy-violating potential for ticketing systems that bar consumer choice over tickets they have purchased. In the new normal that we will see once the Covid-19 pandemic winds down, a new potential... Read more
French Open Rescheduling Causes Conflict With U.S. Open, Laver Cup
The French Tennis Federation (FFT) caused a stir Tuesday with its unexpected announcement that the French Open would be postponed to late September in response to the coronavirus pandemic. The clay-surfaced Grand Slam, originally set to run May 24 through June 7, will now be held in Paris September... Read more
WrestleMania To Change Venue, Air Live Without Fans
Over the past two weeks, WWE has tried to save WrestleMania 36, citing that it would not shut down. While the event will still go on as planned, organizers have moved the event to a new venue and are not allowing any fans in the audience. The event was... Read more
Kentucky Derby Postponed For The First Time In 75 Years
For the first time in 75 years, the Kentucky Derby has been postponed. The ongoing coronavirus pandemic forced the iconic horse race, which is annually held at Churchill Downs race track on the first Saturday in May, to move its date to the fall. The Run For The Roses... Read more