Fanatics Stock

fanatics.comConsumer & LifestyleFounded: 2002Funding to Date: $1.88B

Fanatics is a global digital sports platform for purchasing team apparel, jerseys, headwear and hardgoods. Operating multi-channel commerce for the world's biggest sports brands, Fanatics merchandise can be accessed online, mobile, in flagship stores, in stadiums, and on-site at the world's biggest sporting events. The company was Michael Trager and Alan Trager in 1995 and is headquartered in Jacksonville, FL.

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Team

Management Team

Michener Chandlee
Chief Financial Officer
Lonnie Phillips
Chief Customer Officer
Robin Eletto
Chief People Officer
Douglas Mack
Vice Chairman & Chief Executive Officer
Michael Rubin
Chairman & Chief Executive Officer
Chris Orton
Global Co-President, Direct to Consumer

Board Members

Douglas Mack
Kitbag Sports
Jack Boyle
Global Co-President, Direct to Consumer

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News

Fanatics is expanding into online sports betting as investors pile in, fueling speculation about an IPO.
Fanatics is on an acquisitive streak. The sports merchandising firm is teaming up with a group of celebrities including Jay-Z to buy nostalgic jersey and streetwear firm Mitchell & Ness for $250 million , according to Reuters. The price for the merchandiser looks like a winner.
Sports e-commerce company Fanatics has acquired sports trading card company Topps, sources confirmed to CNBC.