Rimon’s Matthew Pace Presents on the Future of Sports in the Age of Virtual Reality at Sixth Annual Cardozo Sports Law Symposium
Events Matthew D. Pace March 16, 2018
On Friday March 16th, Sports Law Partner Matthew Pace presented for a panel at the Sixth Annual Sports Law Symposium at the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law. He spoke about “The Future of Sports in the Age of Virtual Reality.” This panel explored how new media like virtual reality and augmented reality will change the way fans consume sports content in the future, and how those changes will affect traditional and non-traditional sports leagues and their media partners. The topics of discussion included technology issues and business model issues in this ever-changing intersection of sports media and technology and the rise of ESports.
About Mr. Pace
Mr. Pace represents clients in a broad range of sports business matters, including team acquisitions and sales, sponsorships, licensing and promotional agreements, joint venture activities, digital rights and other sports media issues.
His clients include sports leagues and teams, sponsors and properties, sports technology companies, investors, licensees and licensors and sports marketing and promotions agencies. Among the noteworthy representations include the representation of: Sport 10 IP, Limited, the company that owns and licenses the intellectual property rights of Global icon Pele, Alliance Baseball, the owners of the Omaha Storm Chasers (AAA Kansas City Royals) and the Richmond Flying Squirrels (AA San Francisco Giants), North East Sports Consultants, the NY Cosmos Soccer Club in connection with its re-launch and subsequent sale, the Ultimate Fighting Championship, Sports Technologies in connection with the sale of FanNation.com to Sports Illustrated, and Slipstream Sports in connection with its ownership of the Cannondale Garmin Professional Cycling team. Mr. Pace has also represented private equity investors in connection with their investments in sports. Learn more