The sports landscape in Las Vegas will change permanently with the arrival of the Raiders to their new home, a $2 billion structure of 65,000 seats.
The Golden Knights, who have played in the postseason in each of their first two years of existence, are ranked as the 13th most valuable franchise at $580 million, a 1 percent increase over the past year.
Sports fans will get the chance to test their knowledge at the Bleacher Report’s new live interactive game show, the B/R Betting Game Show, starting Thursday.
In its 34th year, Cowboy Christmas and its more than 300 exhibitors take over more than seven and a half football fields worth of the Las Vegas Convention Center.
A new partnership between the league and Amazon Web Services endeavors to merge science and technology to help bring more understanding of injuries and what causes them.
The Raiders announced a new sponsorship deal and name for the team’s headquarters and practice facility in Henderson.