Amazon Prime Video greenlit The Money Game, a docuseries from Campfire Studios, Axios Entertainment, and Shaquille O’Neal’s Jersey Legends, a division of Authentic Studios. The logline: Amidst one of the most tumultuous and nail-biting years of college athletics to date, The Money Game is an exclusive, all-access pass to the 2023-24 athletic season inside LSU Athletics. The docuseries follows, in real time, a historic turning point in the NCAA upon policy changes on name, image, and likeness (NIL) rights—guaranteed to shape the trajectory of college sports forever—highlighted by the surreal experiences of LSU’s top players, coaches, and administrators.

LSU, the flagship university of the state of Louisiana, is one of the most iconic brands in college athletics. LSU boasts an SEC-best 51 team national championships and is currently home to three of the top-10 collegiate earners in NIL.

With its subjects touting a collective 20 million-plus social media followers, The Money Game follows the world’s most sought-after collegiate athletes: LSU gymnast and social media sensation Olivia Dunne; 2023 Women’s Basketball Final Four Most Outstanding Player, the “Bayou Barbie,” Angel Reese; SEC Women’s Basketball Freshman of the Year and Roc Nation-signed Flau’jae Johnson; and LSU Tigers quarterback, Heisman winner, and future NFL draft pick Jayden Daniels, amongst others.

The Money Game is directed by Drea Cooper and produced by Campfire Studios, Axios Entertainment, and Shaquille O’Neal’s Jersey Legends, a division of Authentic Studios. The Money Game is executive produced by Ross Dinerstein, Rebecca Evans, and Ross Girard of Campfire Studios; Erica Winograd, Jim VandeHei, and Roy Schwartz of Axios Entertainment; Shaquille O’Neal, Colin Smeeton, and Michael Parris of Jersey Legends; and Brendan Daw and Drea Cooper.