Seattle’s CenturyLink Field is one of eight venues that will welcome XFL teams when the football league begins play next spring. (Getty Images) New founding partner will sell XFL season tickets and premium The XFL has hired Elevate Sports Ventures to sell season tickets and premium seats for the league’s reboot. The two-year deal extends to Elevate signing a founding partnership in the business solutions category, said Jeffrey Pollack, the XFL’s president and chief operating officer. World Wrestling Entertainment Chairman Vince McMahon owns the minor league football organization through Alpha Entertainment, a separate entity. The XFL, which played one season in 2001 before folding, is scheduled to relaunch in the spring of 2020 in eight markets: Dallas; Houston; Los Angeles; New York; St. Louis; Seattle; Tampa, Fla.; and Washington, D.C. Elevate is owned by Harris Blitzer Sports & Entertainment, the San Francisco 49ers, Ticketmaster/Live Nation and Oak View Group, parent… Continue Reading Elevate Sports Ventures to Sell Tix for the X

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