Perhaps the tweet was reporting something commonly known. I was aware the LV Outlaws, the latest attempt at an arena football team, was dying and under league ownership. It has been announced the team is dead, will not participate in the AFL postseason, which it qualified for, and ain't coming back next year. That's at least two arena football teams that have bit the dust, IIRC. Minor league hockey has been abandoned at least twice. It seems like there's very little long-term viability for minor league sports in Vegas, other than baseball. I know hockey has a growing fan base across the southern United States, but minor league hockey is a regular struggle in many parts of North America. Arena football, while not foolproof, can be very successful in certain markets. I'm stumped as to why arena football doesn't do better in Las Vegas.