Sports associations have historically had a major cultural and social impact on American life and continue to do so despite the economic impact of the coronavirus.
The Big Four as they are known is being projected at homes, screens, and stadiums across the US and around the world. This is not only reflected in their incredible popularity, but also in the amount of money they make that flows through them.
Today, this sport is dominated by wealth and it is money that brings teams to the top. The Big Four, comprising MLB (Major League Baseball), NFL (National Football League), NHL (National Hockey League), and NBA (National Basketball Association), make up 4 of the 5 richest leagues in the world, regardless special America.
Only the Premier League can make money from these leagues around the world, This shows the importance of American sport in the world. So, without further ado, let’s take a look at the richest sports leagues in the United States.
The NFL (National Football League) in the US is the sports tournament with the largest investment in the world. American rugby is played primarily in the US and Canada but finds its way to a global audience through major TV deals, the Super Bowl, and the sports betting market surrounding it.
Millions of fans go to online bookmakers with sites like USBL (USA Betting Federation). With a recent annual revenue of $ 13 billion, this tournament is by far the richest in the world and features 29 of the world’s 50 richest sports brands, according to Forbes.
With overall television viewership declining in the United States, American football viewership remains very high. This means television deals in the sports sector are enormous and add up to the accumulated wealth for the already lucrative sport as the giant networks pay a lot of money for the tournament. Not only that, but the relevant endorsements, advertisements, sponsorships, and fantasy football add to the richness of this giant sport.