The Pac-10 has signed a 10-year, $6 billion deal to allow it to offer a wide variety of swimming lessons and to add a full-service waterpark and amusement park.
The pact is a $1 billion boost for the league, which is expected to receive a $100 million bump in revenue and $1.5 billion in state subsidies in the coming years.
The new deals with the Pac12, which include the Pac10 conferences, are in addition to the Pac 12 Networks deal that was announced last month.
The Pac12 will also add a new regional sports channel, a new college sports network and a new national sports network.
The conference’s athletic directors also will be paid a raise.
The move comes as other major conferences are working to keep up with the pace of innovation and technology.
In February, the Big Ten added a new sports video platform called Big Ten Live that allows users to stream content from college football games to their TVs, a key tool for the Big 12.
The Big 12 has also announced plans to add two new sports channels: The Big East Network and the Big East Sports Network.
The league has also launched a new online platform for users to access content from more than a dozen schools.
“Our schools are growing at a very rapid pace and our growth is continuing to accelerate,” Pac-9 athletic director Jeff Bowerman said in a statement.
“We have a growing pool of fans, advertisers, and businesses that are interested in our games.
Our schools are a great fit for the Pac 11, and we’re committed to working with them to create the best possible experience for all of our fans.”
The Pac 12 is one of three conferences to receive $1 million in state funding this year.
In 2018, the Pac 10 will receive $750 million in funding.
The remaining $1,000 million will come from a separate $500 million tax incentive program that will be administered by the state.
The money will be used to support the league’s flagship sports, the NCAA Tournament and the Pac 13.
Pac-11 Commissioner John Coats said the deal is a step forward for the conference and for all college sports.
“The Pac-14 has been able to make this a priority and a priority for all teams,” Coats told ESPN’s Outside the Lines last month in an exclusive interview.
“In addition to that, the partnership with the state of Arizona allows us to continue developing our regional sports and college sports programming.””
In addition to that, the partnership with the state of Arizona allows us to continue developing our regional sports and college sports programming.”