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TMRW Sports Venture Lands More All-Star Investors

TMRW Sports Venture Lands More All-Star Investors

TMRW Sports has bolstered its roster of professional basketball investors, announcing the additions of former and current National Basketball League (NBA) stars, Shaquille O’Neal, Dwyane Wade, and Kevin Durant and Rich Kleiman’s joint investment company, 35V.

Founded by professional golfers Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy alongside CEO Mike McCarley, TMRW Sports harnesses technology to establish progressive sports, media, and entertainment approaches.

The TMRW Sports’ investment group portfolio includes team ownership in every major sporting league and spans Formula 1, National Football League, Premier League, Major League Baseball, National Basketball League, Major League Soccer, Tennis, Esports, and golf.

Commenting on the investment, TMRW Sports CEO, Mike McCarley, said: “The broadening appeal of what we are building with TMRW Sports continues to gain momentum as we welcome more investors with Shaq, Kevin, and Dwyane to our team.

“As champions, they understand what it takes to build a great team.

“And I welcome their leadership, insight, and enthusiasm for what we’re developing as we reimagine sports through the lens of a new generation of connected fans,” he said.

O’Neal, Wade, Durant, and Kleiman are already prominent tech and sports investors, with portfolios boasting shares in professional sporting teams, major restaurant chains, and fitness franchises.

Durant and Kleiman’s prolific venture, 35V’s portfolio includes the Boardroom media network, SeatGeek, Overtime, and Whoop.

TMRW’s recent all-star additions add a wealth of experience and outside capital, joining over 65 athletes, team owners, entrepreneurs, and VC firms, ahead of the company’s first project, the TGL prime-time golf league, set to debut early next year.

This news comes after TMRW Sports announced the addition of more high-profile investors late last year.

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