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TMRW Sports Announces Key Staff Hiring


Rory Mcllroy and Tiger Wooods’ TMRW Sports has announced several members to join their initial front office staff.

The technology-based sports venture is co-founded by the champion golfers along with former NBC executive, Mike McCarley.

Following the company’s launch in August, TMRW Sports has now announced several members of their initial staff.

With 20-years’ experience as a technology executive, founding multiple organisations, Matthew Levine has been named Senior Vice President, Business Operations.

WWE’s former head of global events, Tom Veit, is announced as the Senior Vice President, Venue and Events.

Christopher Murvin joins TMRW Sports as General Counsel from Golf Channel.

Esports industry expert, Joey Brander has been named Vice President, Corporate Development.

Katie Fitzpatrick brings 15 years’ working as Chief Financial Officer (CFO) for multiple companies to be Vice President and CFO of TMRW Sports.

Director of Operations, Joanne Chiang has 20-years’ television experience at NBCUniversal.

And, with more than 20-years’ experience David Schaefer becomes the Senior Vice President, Communications with TMRW Sports.

Commenting on the announcement, TMRW Sports do-founder and CEO, McCarley said: “Working with this group of talented executives for the past couple of years has positioned TMRW Sports as an innovative company creating a new approach to entertainment that blends sports and technology – and this is just the beginning.

“In the coming months we will continue to build momentum as we unveil our world-class roster of partners, investors and additional team members as we expand our operation leading up to the launch of our first venture, TGL, in partnership with the PGA Tour,” he said.

TMRW Sports’ TGL venture has partnered with the PGA Tour to launch a new tech-infused golf league in January 2024.

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