Super Bowl LVII generates big returns for Arizona Sports betting
An ASU expert says sports betting revenue report shows Arizona's strong wagering market.
Spring training is no longer an affordable experience
An ASU study breaks down how out-of-town baseball fans impact Arizona's economy.
Super Bowl jobs, outreach trips, networking among opportunities available to sports business students
Sunday’s Super Bowl in Glendale is a boon for sports business students who have scored volunteer opportunities, internships, and jobs for the big game.
ASU expert weighs in on Sarver suspension
Phoenix Suns and Phoenix Mercury owner Robert Sarver saw companies such as PayPal threaten to end their business relationship with the organization if he remained connected to the team after being suspended for "racist, misogynistic, and hostile" behavior.
ASU’s Daniel McIntosh: Arizona sports betting a ‘qualified’ success so far
The one-year anniversary of sports betting in Arizona was Friday, Sept. 9, with billions in wagers placed and millions in tax dollars coming into the state so far.
ASU marketing expert sees future contraction in sports betting market
Bet Arizona chatted with an ASU marketing expert to find out how the state’s revenues have lived up to expectations and where the market could be headed.
How legal sports betting will be good for Arizona's economy
We’re less than a month away from the official rollout of legalized sports betting in Arizona, transforming the way sports bettors in the Valley will wager on competitive games.
Why social distancing in stadiums will outlast the Coronavirus pandemic
Stadiums and arenas across the country have mostly become cashless sports venues. Credit cards replaced cash and ticket stubs fizzled out, too, in place of digital tickets that can be scanned quickly.
How the coronavirus pandemic might affect traffic and kickoff times
Weeknight games in the NBA, NHL, and MLB usually start around 7 p.m, giving office goers plenty of time to make it home and to the arena. However, the dynamic changes if more fans are working from home instead of downtown.
ASU inducts 4 new members into W. P. Carey School of Business hall of fame
A pharmaceutical executive, a career entrepreneur, an Arizona attorney, and an NFL executive have been inducted intot the W. P. Carey School of Business Alumni Hall of Fame.