Zion Williamson


Apr.  16, 2019 – The projected number one pick in the upcoming NBA Draft has more Instagram followers than many NBA All-Stars from this past season. Darren Heitner explains why Zion’s social media presence will impact his future endorsement deals.

The business of esports

CBS News

Dec. 25, 2018 – Goldman Sachs projects esports to become a three-billion dollar industry by 2022. Darren Heitner joined CBSN’s coverage of the CBSN Originals doc “Esports: The Price of the Grind” to talk about where the money is coming from in this growing business, and if esports athletes are getting their fair share.

Is this the end of fantasy sports sites?


Oct. 15, 2015 – Joey Levy, CEO of sports gambling site Draft Pot, debates the need for regulation with sports attorney Darren Heitner.

Government getting involved in fantasy biz?


Oct. 6, 2015 – Darren Heitner, Forbes contributor, and Adam Krejcik, weigh in on what happens to fantasy sports if the government gets involved.

Darren Heitner on NBA and endorsements

CCTV America

Jun. 26, 2015 – For more on the NBA and endorsements, CCTV’s Philip TK Yin spoke to Darren Heitner. He’s a sports and entertainment attorney and author of “How to Play the Game: What Every Sports Attorney Needs to Know.”

Chargers and Raiders to share stadium?


Feb. 20, 2015 – Forbes contributor Darren Heitner provides insight on news that the San Diego Chargers and Oakland Raiders may be pursuing a joint stadium outside of Los Angeles.

Adidas vs Nike: World Cup’s marketing war


Jul. 10, 2014 – Darren Heitner, Founder of Heitner Legal, explains why Adidas remains ahead of rival Nike in the marketing war this World Cup.

Amaya buys PokerStars for $4.9 billion


Jun. 19, 2014 – Amaya Gaming is talking to New Jersey gaming regulators about licensing Poker Stars in the state. Darren Heitner, Wolfe Law partner, discusses the potential for PokerStars becoming the online poker leader.

If Sterling sells Clippers, who will buy?


May 1, 2014 – Sports attorney Darren Heitner of Wolfe Law, weighs in on the Donald Strerling scandal and the value of the L.A.Clippers. The estimate worth of the team is $575 million.