Ranked in the Top 8 nationally by Pollstar, Billboard and Venues Today, Prudential Center is recognized as one of the premier venues in the United States, and hosts over 2 million guests annually.
Since its formation in 2003, Dignitas has established itself as one of the most successful esports organizations in the world, amassing 18 World Championships across multiple game titles. In September 2016, HBSE acquired Dignitas, which now sits within the NME portfolio. Dignitas currently fields seven teams in five of esports’ largest and most popular games: League of Legends, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (men’s and women’s teams), Super Smash Bros., Rocket League, and Clash Royale. With player content studios and wellness facilities in New York City and Los Angeles, and infrastructure in Europe and China, Dignitas is the global leader dedicated to esports athletes.
The Sixers Innovation Lab is housed in the Philadelphia 76ers Training Complex Business Operations Facility. Entrepreneur Seth Berger, Founder and former CEO of AND 1, an American footwear and clothing company, manages the Lab.
Elevate taps into the extensive resources, relationships, and expertise of its partners to innovate and execute comprehensive strategies and solutions in Venue Renovations, Sales and Marketing, Stadium Licenses, Premium Ticketing, Corporate Hospitality, Customer Research, Strategy and Analytics, Sales Training, and more.
Formed in partnership between the San Francisco 49ers and Harris Blitzer Sports & Entertainment (HBSE) in 2018, Elevate welcomed Oak View Group (OVG) and Ticketmaster and Live Nation as partners in June 2018.
The team plays its home games at the all-new 76ers Fieldhouse in Wilmington, Delaware.
76ers GC is a two-time winner of The TIPOFF Tournament and the winningest team in NBA 2K League history. Led by Season 2 Coach of the Year Jeff Terrell, the team finished the 2021 regular season with a record 97 total victories across all competitions since the league's inception in 2018.
New Jersey partnered with a local operating group, Mohawk Valley Garden, led by Comets President Robert Esche on a ten-year partnership, which established a mutual commitment between the organization and the city of Utica. The Utica Comets organization has a rich history not only in the NHL but also in the community that has evolved over the past ten years. One of the top markets in the AHL, Utica focuses on creating new memories for the fans, as the next generation of Devils’ stars develop their professional careers at Adirondack Bank Center.