Get ready for a battle of a different kind at Super Bowl 50. TechCrunch and the NFL are partnering to hold a startup competition in Silicon Valley on Super Bowl weekend, dubbed 1st and Future. The event takes place on Saturday, Feb. 6 at Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business and feature three separate categories including The Future Stadium, Bringing Home the Game and Tomorrow’s Athlete. Each company will make a pitch to the judges and an audience of NFL team owners and executives. The winner of each theme will receive a $50,000 check from the NFL’s Strategic Investment Fund, tickets to Super Bowl 50, and an invitation to visit league headquarters where they will have the opportunity to meet with NFL execs.
After Deadline reported that Fox’s Lethal Weapon was in danger of cancellation due to outbursts by one of the series’ stars, Clayne Crawford, the actor admitted to being reprimanded for two incidents, once for reacting in anger amid “working conditions that did not feel safe,” and once for “an unfortunate event” involving a piece of […]
Monster Week returns to Animal Planet starting Sunday, May 27 at 8p with the 100th episode of Finding Bigfoot. The week will also bring new episodes of World’s Scariest Animal Attacks, Deadliest Places on Earth, River Monsters and Expedition Unknown.
FOX Sports marks the 50-day countdown to the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia with the unveiling of its lineup of international broadcasters for this summer’s global event, which runs on FOX and FS1 from June 14 to July 15. The roster is comprised of six broadcast teams overall led by play-by-play announcer John Strong and […]
Meanwhile, the Commission on College Basketball recommended overt changes in a move to clean up the sport, including an end to the one-and-done rule, potential lifetime bans for rule-breakers as well as changes to the relationship between the NCAA and apparel companies. NCAA president Mark Emmert has said he wants reforms in place by August, […]
ESP Gaming continues to shore up its lineup, announcing at the Esports Upfront that it had acquired online esports tournament provider Auzom, best known for its competitive PUBG leagues and broadcasts across North America and Europe. As part of the deal, Auzom will become the online tournament platform for ESP Gaming’s competitive gaming events and […]