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DreamHack Expands Tour for 25th Anniversary

DreamHack marked the 25th anniversary of its first festival by announcing its 2020 schedule, with 10 cities in three continents continuing the mantra of being at the intersection of gaming and internet culture. The organization will visit Anaheim, California, for the first time as part of its schedule with U.S. stops also scheduled for Dallas […]

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NCAA Basketball Combined Championships to Be Staged in Atlanta and Dallas

The NCAA national championships for Divisions I, II and III men’s and women’s basketball will be staged as combined championship events during the 2020 NCAA Men’s Final Four in Atlanta and as part of the 2023 NCAA Women’s Final Four in Dallas. It will be the second time for both men’s and women’s events that […]

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Dallas, Minneapolis and Reno Awarded 2020 USA Volleyball Championships

USA Volleyball has awarded Dallas, Minneapolis and Reno, Nevada, the rights to host the national governing body’s signature championships in 2020. The Open National Championships will be staged May 22–27 in Minneapolis; The Girls’ Junior National Championships will be held June 25–July 4 in Dallas; and the Boys’ Junior National Championships will head to Reno, June […]

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NHL Announces Three Outdoor Events

The National Hockey League will stage three outdoor games in 2019–2020, including the 2020 Bridgestone NHL Winter Classic in Dallas, 2109 Tim Hortons NHL Heritage Classic in Regina, Saskatchewan, and the NHL Stadium Series in Colorado Springs, Colorado. In addition, the 2020 Honda NHL All-Star Weekend will be held in St. Louis. The Winter Classic will […]

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NCAA Names Women’s Final Four Hosts From 2021­–2024

The NCAA has selected the next four host cities for the Women’s Final Four from 2021 through 2024. San Antonio (2021), Minneapolis (2022), Dallas (2023) and Cleveland (2024) were chosen by the NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Committee as host sites after a 12-month process. “The committee appreciates all of the cities that were involved in the bid process and are thrilled to announce the […]

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