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NECC Hometown Series Esports Event Coming to Quad Cities in October

The National Esports Collegiate Conference will host a Hometown Series event in conjunction with St. Ambrose University at Davenport, Iowa, on October 23—24 with Visit Quad Cities also serving as a presenting partner in the event. Rhythm City Casino will serve as the host location for the event. The NECC’s Hometown Series is a collection […]

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Visit Quad Cities Attracts Three Summer Events

Visit Quad Cities will host three summer events this year in a variety of sports, the destination has announced. For the first time, the American Cornhole League will hold an event in the region, bringing its ACL Open on April 9—11. It will be the first event to be held at the new Bend XPO […]

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Ohio celebrates after defeating Buffalo in the Mid-American Conference tournament championship game on March 13, 2021, in Cleveland. (AP Photo/Tony Dejak)

Conference Basketball Tournaments Extend Host City Partnerships

With the conference basketball tournaments over and the NCAA tournaments ready to begin this weekend, it is also time for those conferences to begin the forward planning for future conference championships. And three conferences over the weekend extended their partnerships with local destinations. The Big Sky Conference will keep its men’s and women’s events at […]

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NAIA Relocates 2021 Cheer Championships to Quad Cities, Iowa

The NAIA will be moving its 2021 cheer and dance national championships to Davenport, Iowa, to be hosted by St. Ambrose University and Visit Quad Cities on March 12–13. St. Ambrose hosted the cheer and dance national championships in 2019 and was scheduled to do so in 2020 prior to the COVID-19 pandemic. “The partnership […]

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PDGA Announces 2021 Major Hosts

The Professional Disc Golf Association will have most of its 2021 major events in the Midwest after releasing the upcoming schedule of hosts for its marquee events. Emporia, Kansas will host the Professional World Championships while the Amateur World Championships will go to Princeton, Indiana. The Masters and Junior world championships will be hosted by […]

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