Invesco signs deal with NCAA ATLANTA, Nov. 5, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Invesco today announced that it has entered into a marketing partnership with CBS Sports and Turner Sports to become the "Official Asset Management Partner" of all NCAA championships. Additionally, Invesco QQQ, the second most traded exchange-traded fund (ETF) based on daily volume in the US, well-known for offering investors access to today's pioneering companies, becomes the NCAA's "Official ETF." The partnership includes community improvement, financial literacy programs for student-athletes, as well as media and content.
Nissan partners with NCAA August 29, 2019 Joining the excitement around college sports, including football, basketball and 22 other NCAA sports, Nissan will become an Official Corporate Partner of the NCAAAs football season kicks off, Nissan and the Heisman Trophy partnership continues for the 2019 season with fresh faces and new technology in annual Nissan Heisman House campaign; first campaign spot to air tonight – Thursday, Aug. 29 – on ESPNCelebrating all of college athletics, Nissan partners with the NCAA and some of the nation's most legendary college athletic programs
BodyArmor signs deal with NCAA BodyArmor is in and Powerade is out as the isotonic beverage with sideline rights and visibility during the Final Four and 89 other NCAA championships. “This is about taking our game to the next level,” said BodyArmor Founder & Chair Mike Repole. “Our goal is to be the number-one sports drink by 2025. ... This will help make us bigger, faster, and allow us to meet opportunities outside the U.S.” Coca-Cola has held top-tier “Corporate Champion” NCAA rights since '02 and is in the fifth of an 11-year sponsorship deal across the soft-drink category. After completing a 15% equity buy in mid-August, Coke had no problem substituting BodyArmor for its Powerade brand with the NCAA.
Google partners with NCAA INDIANAPOLIS – The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), in partnership with Turner Sports and CBS Sports, today announced Google Cloud as its official cloud provider, and will use Google Cloud’s machine learning, analytics and data services to better serve the needs of its colleges and universities, athletic teams, and fan base. Through this partnership, more than 80 years’ worth of statistical game and competition data across the 90 championships and 24 sports the NCAA administers will be migrated to Google Cloud.
Intel partners with NCAA NEWS HIGHLIGHTS Intel, Turner Sports, CBS Sports and the NCAA announce multiyear corporate partnership to provide Intel True VR (virtual reality) technology to the 2017 NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship.Starting with the NCAA Sweet 16® and Elite 8® in San Jose, California, and culminating with the NCAA Final Four® National Semifinals and National Championship, Intel True VR technology will live stream NCAA March Madness games in virtual reality through premium ticketing options available via the new NCAA March Madness Live VR app.Intel 360 replay technology will also be featured during CBS Sports and Turner Sports coverage of the SemiFinal Four and Championship games broadcast on CBS, allowing fans to catch memorable plays from all angles.
Getty Images signs deal with NCAA "Telling the NCAA student-athlete story at a championship is one of our main goals and this partnership will allow us to show the passion and pageantry through photography and technology enhancements," said Keith Martin, managing director of championships and alliances. "We look forward to working with Getty Images to provide the best coverage of our events and welcome their expertise in managing the licensing of our vast archive."