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Clippers Extend Agua Caliente Casino Deal

Partnership includes naming rights to G League affiliate, in-stadium signage, concerts

Casino retains naming rights to Clippers’ affiliate.

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AEG, Kings Stake Claim in China Market

Club to operate affiliate with Beijing-based company signed on as sponsor

L.A. Kings adopt Chinese youth sports team.

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UCLA Strikes $38M Naming Rights Deal With Wescom Credit Union for Basketball Pavilion

UCLA and Wescom Credit Union have agreed upon a 10-year, $38 million partnership that will rename the school’s basketball arena from Pauley Pavilion to the Edwin W. Pauley Pavilion presented by Wescom.

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AEG Taps Rank + Rally For Retail Role

Company will oversee in-venue sales as well as e-commerce for teams

Anschutz Entertainment Group chooses Chicago vendor for online retail and e-commerce at Staples Center, StubHub Center and other venues.

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AEG Strikes Deal to Manage Buenos Aires Arena

AEG Facilities, a stand-alone division of AEG, has agreed to a multi-year deal with the Buenos Aires Arena to manage and operate the facility. The 16,000-seat arena is controlled by Argentinian media outfit, La Nación, and is set to open their doors in mid-2019.

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Gameday Tix? There’s (Another) App for That

Snap and SeatGeek partner with LAFC for in-app ticket purchases

LAFC strikes a deal with SeatGeek to sell tickets via Snapchat.

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L.A. Poised to Host Games Following Winning Bid for 2026 World Cup

The day before the 2018 World Cup hosted its first match, FIFA, the International Federation of Association Football, announced that the U.S., Mexico and Canada will host the 2026 games.

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NBA All-Star Game Gives AEG Sponsorship Boost

$95M worth to start year spread over Staples, L.A. Live, StubHub

AEG scores $95 million in sponsorships.

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L.A. Kings Teams With BlueEco to Reduce Carbon Footprint, Operating Costs

AEG has brokered a deal between its National Hockey League team, the Los Angeles Kings, and BluEco Technology Group to reduce the operating costs and carbon footprint at the Kings arena and other community ice rinks throughout the city.

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Santa Monica’s Appetize to Use Its Payment Technology at New LAFC Stadium

Santa Monica-based technology company Appetize said Major League Soccer team, Los Angeles Football Club, will use its payment software to handle food and beverage concessions sales at the club’s newly-opened $350 million Banc of California Stadium in Exposition Park.

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