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What is the economic impact of the coronavirus on sports? | ESPN

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What is the economic impact of the coronavirus on sports? | ESPN

Patrick Rishe, the Director of the Sports Business Program at Washington University in St. Louis, joins Outside The Lines to discuss his estimates of the economic impact the coronavirus has had on the world of sports.

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The Economic Impact of Coronavirus on Football

The economic impact of Coronavirus on football.
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Football is the people’s game and its wealth, sustainability and support are all underpinned by the mass gathering of spectators. Without the fans, the game cannot exist and, even in this digital age, the value proposition of football is its broad global appeal, making it attractive to investors, benefactors, the media, sponsors and advertisers.

When something disrupts the routine of the world’s most popular sport, the impact goes way beyond supporters being disorientated. The Corona Virus, or Covid-19, has stopped football in its tracks, jeopardising the eco-system that feeds thousands of clubs, players and peripheral businesses.

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Covid-19: economic impact on sports

With the rising cases of the pandemic coronavirus, sporting activities around the world stands cancelled or postponed. The Indian Premier League which is the crown jewel of BCCI if cancelled will cost the cricket board over 4000 crore which is roughly over half a billion dollars. The Euro 2020 football tournament is postponed by a year but the cost if cancelled could have been over $630 million dollars. Formula 1 has cancelled just 2 races of the season but the entire season could cost the management over $300 million or ₹2200 crore. The rest of the NBA season is already called off and that has an impact of over $450 million which is ₹3300 crore. But the biggest blow will come if the 2020 Tokyo Olympics get cancelled. The Japanese Government is all set to lose over $13 billion which is little over ₹9 lakh crore.

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First Take discusses the impact of the coronavirus on the sports world

Dr. Jennifer Ashton joins First Take to discuss the impact the coronavirus has had on the world of sports.
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COVID-19: The Impact of the Virus on the Economy and Sports

The impact of COVID-19 is being felt across the world. I wanted to bring on an old friend to talk about economic trends, the trickle-down effect, and the impact the sports world, both professional and collegiate, has felt and will continue to feel during this time.

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Coronavirus Hits the Sports World - Doctor's COVID-19 Review For Athletes and Sports Fans

Coronavirus, or COVID-19, has finally hit the sports world, causing FIFA football matches to be cancelled, spectators kept from the Tokyo Marathon, NBA players are refusing to sign autographs, and there's a real risk that the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo could be cancelled. We should be prepared for further impact in the sports world, and so this is my easy to understand guide to the key things to know about Coronavirus and some key points for athletes and sports fans to consider.

**Note: technically COVID-19 is the name of the disease caused by the virus, and the virus has been officially renamed to SARS-CoV-2, or SARS-2

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Impact of COVID-19 on the Economy of India and the World

Prof BP Sharma, the Vice-Chancellor of Gautam Buddha University, Noida talks to Dr Vijay Rana, the editor of India Briefings about how the Coronavirus pandemic is impacting the world and Indian economy.
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Ever since the launch of Uruguay round of the talks for the formation of WTO in 2003, he has been participating and keenly studying the MTAs in the bi-annual ministerial conferences.
He has spoken on a variety of issues there including automatic compulsory licensing, agricultural issues, intra-firm trade special safeguard mechanism and a series of other issues.

When (And How) Will Pro Sports Return?

When NBA star Rudy Gobert tested positive for the coronavirus in early March, it set off a chain reaction of professional sports cancellations, the likes of which the country has never seen. Now, three months later, sports are slowly beginning to come back, although for fans, athletes and owners, things will never be the same. Watch this video for a timetable of how pro sports shut down, and how they’re reopening now.

The National Basketball Association has approved a plan to reopen its season after suspending games due to Covid-19, the league announced.

The NBA held its board of governors’ vote on Thursday where officials moved to restart games using 22 teams in a closed environment in Orlando, Florida. The decision was made in a 29-1 vote. League commissioner Adam Silver submitted the proposal last week.

The plan calls for players to begin traveling to Orlando on July 7, and for the season to resume on July 31. Each team will play eight regular season games before entering a full four-round playoff bracket. The season will end no later than Oct. 12 and the NBA draft is scheduled for Oct. 15.

The proposal needs to be approved National Basketball Players Association, and is also contingent on an agreement with Disney to use Walt Disney World Resort near Orlando as the location for all games, practices and housing for the remainder of the season.

Amid the ongoing pandemic, the NBA and the National Basketball Players Association are negotiating details concerning safety guidelines.

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The Economic and Emotional Impact of Coronavirus

The Economic Impact of Coronavirus and The Emotional Impact of Coronavirus
Now that Coronavirus has shutdown football, what are economic and emotional impact on the club and fans ?

Like it or not, what gives football life is the fans. The fans watching within stadium or watching at home. So what happens when match day revenue dries and there is nothing giant TV companies like Sky sport to televise to fans around globe?

Take for instance, smaller clubs in the English championship whose match day revenue represent 30- 50% of the clubs revenue source will suffer immensely. Let us not forget that most these clubs have a slightly large wage bill. Drying up of match day revenue might affect the long term sustainability of the clubs. The only way out is for owners of these clubs to inject cash into the clubs.

Now, let’s look at the emotional impact.
Football has this inexplicable connection with it fans. The raw emotion it creates in the fans and players is something we all have missed. The joy and excitement every weekend when your favorite club wins or your favorite player scores is gone.
Coronavirus has taken that away. Most football fans are distraught. The weekend feels incomplete. THE bond we share with our home stadium is broken.

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Tokyo 2020: The Economics of a Postponed Summer Games (Newsclick Sports Shorts)

The International Olympic Committee's decision to postpone the Tokyo 2020 Olympics will have a ripple effect across the Japanese economy. Local and international consumption is expected to take a massive hit in a country already facing the effects of a super tornado last year. In addition to the above, it is still difficult to say how Japan will reorganise the schedule and what expenditure will go into doing so. Our video crunches the numbers.

Olympics 2020 | The Economic Impact

The International Olympics Committee (IOC) decided to postpone the Tokyo 2020 Games this year under the threat of the Covid-19 pandemic.

The economic impact of this move is huge. We might not realize it, but this step - important as it is - goes on to create many financial implications for people amid the crisis.

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Impact of COVID-19 on the Sport & Wellness Industry

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Why Sports & The Economy Can't Return: The Law of 1 Price

Why Sports & The Economy Can't Return: The Law of 1 Price

Hip-Hoppreneur CEO Cedric Muhammad explains why the NBA, NFL, MLB have the same problem the U.S. economy does - no clear standard. Connecting OSHA guidelines on occupational safety with monetary policy under a gold standard, he explains why problems in business will continue, especially for entrepreneurs.

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The different ways sports are responding to the coronavirus | Outside The Lines

Bomani Jones, Ryan Smith, Will Cain and Jeremy Schaap give their parting shots on Outside The Lines in regards to the way people in sports are handling the coronavirus.

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