Religion of Sports is an Emmy Award-winning sports media company which was built on the thesis that sports are religion.
Religion of Sports produces content focused on a single narrative of ‘Why Sports Matter’ to explore greatness and human potential.
Religion of Sports was founded in 2017 by Tom Brady, Michael Strahan, and Gotham Chopra. The company is headquartered in Santa Monica, California.
Religion of Sports has produced hundreds of hours of programming across mediums with more than 250 million views/listens of its content, including the Emmy Award-winning Tom vs. Time, Stephen vs. The Game, Greatness Code, and Shut Up and Dribble.
Religion of Sports benefits from a deep roster of talented creators, but also from distribution through its partnerships with Amazon, Apple+, ESPN, Facebook, Netflix, Showtime, and others. The company will release several projects over the next twelve months, including a major podcast slate to be released in late 2020. Several video series are in the works with Amazon, ESPN, Facebook, Netflix and Showtime, among others.
Religion of Sports is backed by Elysian Park, Advancit Capital, Courtside Ventures, LinkinFirm and others. The company raised $10M in a new round on July 24, 2020. This brings Religion of Sports' total funding to $13M to date.