Overview:In 1985, the NBA’s Sacramento Kings moved to California’s capital city, changing the region permanently. Today, the Kings continue their mission to profoundly impact the Sacramento region on- and off-the-court. When technologist and entrepreneur Vivek Ranadivé purchased the team in 2013, he committed to building a world-class arena in Sacramento. Golden 1 Center – opened in 2016 – is now recognized as the world’s most technologically advanced and sustainable arena in the world. Through Golden 1 Center and a $1 billion investment in the community, Sacramento is seeing dynamic economic growth, a revitalization in the downtown, and newfound energy shaping the next great American city. Recently, the organization has been recognized as Fast Company’s “Most Innovative Company in Sports,” owners of Sports Business Journal’s “Facility of the Year,” and leaders in sustainability by the Natural Resource Defense Council, Green Sports Alliance and the Huffington Post.