Athletes are Human Too | Marcus Rashford to Roberto Baggio

Athletes are Human Too | Marcus Rashford to Robert Baggio | SportsEpreneur Blog | UEFA Euro 2020

Despite the pandemic we are suffering worldwide, we have managed to enjoy a magnificent UEFA European Championship, crowning a team that had not given their fans that particular joy for a long time. But I want to talk specifically about the final game between England and Italy. It was a match that from the beginning … Read more

SE68 | Fanalyze the Game with Juan Juan

Fanalyze the Game with co-founder, Juan Juan | A SportsEpreneur Podcast

Fanalyze states that on average, fantasy sports research per player accounts for 10 hours per week! That’s mind-blowing. Fanalyze aims to simplify and shorten the time spent analyzing the sports data. Simply put, Fanalyze is the fastest way to analyze fantasy sports and sports betting data. Juan Juan, the co-founder, says Fanalyze aims to be … Read more

The Houston Astros Storyline Heading Into 2021

The Houston Astros Storyline Heading Into 2021 | SportsEpreneur Baseball

The 2020 Houston Astros avoided the cheating fallout. What will the 2021 Houston Astros storyline be? You might be able to make a case that the Houston Astros are the luckiest team in the entire sports world. Yeah, they made it to Game 7 of the ALCS against the Tampa Bay Rays after being down … Read more

The MLB Needs to Give Access to Content, Not Blackouts

The MLB Blackout Policy

A brief analysis of the MLB blackout policy and the impact it has on the younger generation of fans. Ask any older baseball fan why they love their team—I will almost guarantee you it’s because their parents were fans of that same team. Maybe they grew up watching the games on television with their parents … Read more

NASCAR: A New Era of Fandom

NASCAR: A New Era of Fandom | SportsEpreneur

This article, “NASCAR: A New Era of Fandom” highlighting the good that NASCAR is doing to build a new era of fandom was written by SportsEpreneur’s own, Michael Wilson. It’s difficult opening up social media and, regardless of whichever side you lean towards, to not get angry at all the events going on right now. However, … Read more

What to Do When You’re Punched in the Mouth

What to Do When You’re Punched in the Mouth | Overcoming Adversity

“What to Do When You’re Punched in the Mouth” is a guest post written by Charlie Leonard. Overcoming Adversity “Everybody has a plan, until they get punched in the mouth.” In an interview with Mike Berardino of the South Florida Sun Sentinel, Mike Tyson talked in depth about the origins of his iconic quote. He … Read more

Super Bowl Business Lessons

Super Bowl Business Lessons | Charlotte, NC | SportsEpreneur

Takeaways from the Big Game | Or Simply Put, Super Bowl Business Lessons From Super Bowl 54 As we look back on the 2020 Super Bowl, we can’t help but look for ways to learn from it. While these aren’t lessons for us to teach our favorite teams how to make it to the Super … Read more

Sports Betting and Barstool Sports Collide

Sports Betting & Barstool Sports Collide | Penn National Gaming | SportsEpreneur

This sports betting thing is really big, isn’t it? News broke this week that Barstool Sports was receiving a significant investment from a gaming company. Penn National Gaming is investing $163 million into Barstool Sports. Here’s the press release: pngaming.com/barstool-sports. Penn National Gaming (PNG) will own 36% of Barstool Sports. In three years, an additional … Read more

The Athletic Leaning Into Soccer Content per Axios

The Athletic Leaning Into Soccer Content per Axios | SportsEpreneur FC

Is Soccer content worth the investment? We say yes. But what about the new big media player on the block, The Athletic? According to an Axios article, The Athletic agrees. Soccer is worth the investment. Apparently, so is The Athletic. Axios’ article focuses on the capital raised by The Athletic — $50 Million to be … Read more