Nancy Lough In The News

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The more intimate ballpark feel allows teams to capitalize on revenues from premium seating options and fan experiences.
Fifty years ago, the US Open agreed to offer equal prize money to men and women. Find out why experts believe that was just the opening move in the long game for equal pay in sports
Las Vegas Review Journal
Several women’s leagues and athletes have driven the conversation and attention to their sport in recent months. With more attention on major events — the Women’s March Madness title game this spring set a viewership record of more than 9 million people — industry watchers and advocates hope to attract larger stages and increased betting attention.
Las Vegas Sun
New research by UNLV reaffirmed what sports fans have been saying about Las Vegas: It’s the place to be.
Las Vegas Review Journal
Las Vegas has welcomed a number of professional sports teams in recent years along with new venues such as Allegiant Stadium and T-Mobile Arena, and the shift has brought more sports fans to the city — causing retailers to take notice.
US Bets
Gaming Society, a relatively new company focused on inclusivity in sports betting and co-founded by Kevin Garnett, added Derek Jeter, Sheryl Swoopes, and Chelsea Gray to its advisory board of directors last week. The big-name additions come on the heels of the formation of a partnership between Gaming Society and UNLV’s International Gaming Institute (IGI) that will seek to better understand the behavior of female sports bettors.
Sports Business Journal
As we annually detail for Sports Business Journal readers, one of us recently attended the Sport Marketing Association conference, this time held in Charlotte in late October. We even presented some of our own research on name, image and likeness, which we’ll save for another day. Instead, we’d like to focus on our collective learning from others.
Gambling News
Gaming Society and International Gaming Institute (IGI) at the University of Nevada Las Vegas (UNLV) have partnered to research women’s sports and females engaging in sports betting