Category: tech

Drone Racing League to Premier 5G-Enabled Drone at MLB’s Field of Dreams

While the 2021 Drone Racing League season has yet to take off, fans will get a sneak peak at DRL’s latest technological advancement on August 12 at Major League Baseball’s Field of Dreams game.

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Sports Illustrated Launches Ticket Marketplace, SI Tix

In 2014, Ticketmaster agreed to a $400 million settlement in a consumer class-action lawsuit that offered credit to 50 million ticket buyers who were charged “order processing fees” that were secretly profit centers for the company.

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Kevin Garnett Launches Gaming Society to Educate, Empower Bettors

Parlay. Hedging. Lines. Over/under. ATS. Dog. Cover. Spread.

Betting terminology may seem confusing and intimidating to the casual sports fan looking to get a piece of the action on his or her favorite team as sports betting continues to grow throughout the United States, which is part of the reason why NBA Hall of Famer Kevin Garnett and Players’ Tribune co-founder Jaymee Messler created gamification and content company Gaming Society.

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DraftKings Named Official Sports Betting Partner of DRL

Drone Racing League continues its ascension towards mainstream popularity thanks to its latest partnership with DraftKings.

Beginning today, bettors will be able to place real-time wagers before and during events as pilots maneuver custom-build racing drones at 90 mph via first-person view (FPV) through obstacle courses on both the DRL Simulator and in real life; the current season is virtual due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

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DeMarcus Ware Launches Fitness App: Driven to Win

DeMarcus Ware could barely walk when he retired from the NFL. The Super Bowl 50 champion All-Pro linebacker was coming off multiple surgeries to treat a fractured arm, which sidelined him for more than a month during the 2016 campaign, and for a season-ending back injury that December.

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DRL Partners With Champion, BodyArmor and Respawn

While other sports leagues and organizations are feeling the unrelenting strain and pressure due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the Drone Racing League is whizzing by, going about as fast as their custom-built racing drones navigate through gates, turns and obstacles on a course.

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Denver Broncos Testing UV Technology to Combat COVID-19

No one has a definitive answer to combat or solve the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Health and safety experts provide their recommendations to government officials and organizations, including professional sports leagues, though most are left to develop their own processes within that guidance.

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Daily Fantasy Meets the Stock Market via Jock MKT

“Set it and forget it” was the frequently repeated tagline for the Ronco Rotisserie & BBQ oven; the rhyming catchphrase is arguably one of the most memorable infomercial taglines ever. A similar mentality is utilized in daily fantasy sports where users draft or select a lineup ahead of a day’s slate of action, set it, and sit back in the hopes that their selections heat up on the field, resulting in more money in their account.

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How The Dwyane Wade Celebrity Sports Academy Camp Went Fully Virtual

Organizers of the Dwyane Wade Celebrity Sports Academy reached out to CEEK VR last year with a desire to capture complementary content and assets from its 2019 camps.

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