I don’t have much planned for travel before the end of the year, but I am planning on heading up to Gainesville for the South Carolina vs. Florida game in November and will also be in New York for quite a few days in the beginning of November as well. I actually haven’t been to NY in quite some time. If I owe you a visit, then let me know any let’s make it happen. A college basketball corruption trial kicked off this week, so expect a few links concerning that in the wrap-up below.


This week on The Sports Biz:
(1) NBA Introduces Fan-Friendly New Options For Consuming Live Content;
(2) Job Opening: Electronic Arts Seeks Senior Legal Counsel For Competitive Gaming Division;
(3) Job Opening: STATS LLC Seeks In-House Counsel In Chicago;
(4) New Amsterdam Becomes Official Vodka Of The NHL;
(5) Fan Donations Range From $2 To Thousands For Some Of The Best In Esports;
(6) PayPal Signs Partnership With Phoenix Suns, Including 3-Year Jersey Patch Sponsorship;
(7) NCAA Rules Are Not Laws, Says Jim Gatto In College Basketball Corruption Trial;
(8) Ohio State’s Plan To Become The Most Desirable College For Esports;
(9) New Jersey Devils And New York Islanders Shift To Exclusively Streaming Games.


And as always, the weekly wrap-up:


Basketball

Football


Baseball


Source: Sports Agency Blog