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NRL’s Las Vegas move revealed in ‘biggest event in rugby league history’

The NRL is looking into hosting a Las Vegas double-header to kick off the 2024 season, with Peter V’landys and Andrew Abdo jetting to the US next month. Read more here.

The bright lights of Las Vegas will be the venue of the NRL’s latest attempt to bring rugby league to the United States, with the league reportedly looking at hosting the 2024 season opener in the Nevada city. A Sin City double-header is on the cards for next year, with ARLC commissioner Peter V’Landys and NRL chief Andrew Abdo jetting to America next month to begin planning out the latest overseas venture.

The NRL and rugby league are no strangers to the US, with plans for season openers in 2019 and 2023 both looked at, but failing to get off the ground. According to the Daily Telegraph, multiple broadcasters have already been approached about the 2024 season opener.

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