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Future of Sports Top Six Sports Tech Startups Selected For Incubator

Future of Sports Lab is a business incubator that sounds like an amazing opportunity and it is. FSL as its known is a collaboration between Ryerson University and Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment (MLSE) in Toronto, Canada. Six Canadian and North American startups were selected from an overflowing pool of innovative applicants to be a part of the cutting edge program. The Sports Techie community blog is as excited as you should be about all the incubators in the sports tech space. Ontario has it going on with the FSL.


Future of Sports Lab (FSL) collaboration between Ryerson University and Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment (MLSE)

Top Six

The selection process was thorough and candidates were fully vetted by the FSL advisory committee and mentor network...

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Season Share Ticket Sharing App Launching At SXSW Pitch Accelerator

Season Share Launches At SXSW Pitch Accelerator Event

Season Share is launching at the ninth annual South by Southwest® (SXSW®) Conference and Festivals Startup Village® Accelerator® Pitch Event at Hilton Austin Downtown on March 21 with a beta version of the world’s first mobile ticket sharing app. The sports tech startup found a niche in the ticketing industry and has grand plans to redefine the market of splitting and sharing season tickets to your favorite sports events. The shared economy has blown up with ride-sharing and home-sharing making this new concept a possible winner...

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Sports Techie Q&A With CEO Of OpenSponsorship, Ishveen Anand

What are the values of a sports tech startup accelerator or business incubator compared to boot strapping?

Ishveen Anand is the CEO of OpenSponsorship and she was included in the Forbes 30under30 sports list.

Ishveen Anand is the CEO of OpenSponsorship and she was included in the Forbes 30under30 sports list.

The Sports Techie community blog has a new featured Q&A Series with Ishveen Anand, CEO of OpenSponsorship, the marketplace for sports sponsorship. The focus is the business of sports. In this first program, we ask the question whether one should launch a boot strapped sports tech company, or go the route of a startup accelerator or business incubator...

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Bionic Runner By Run4 Saves Knees, Tendons And Joints While Mimicking Runners Gait

Bionic Runner is the world’s only high intensity, non-impact, running-specific trainer.

Bionic Runner is the world’s only high intensity, non-impact, running-specific trainer.

What is the Bionic Runner? It is a non-impact cross-trainer most have never heard of but those that train with it are setting Masters aged world records when many older athletes either taper down their run mileage or stop running all together. The Sports Techie community blog chatted from Atlanta to Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, via Skype with Steve Cranitch, founder of Run4, the sports tech company that invented the game-changing outdoor bike. The Bionic Runner is different than an elliptical trainer because it closely mimics the natural gait and timing of running...

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Rogers Cup In Toronto Launches Brizi Flying Cam

ROGERS CUP REACHES NEW HEIGHTS WITH BRIZI’S FLYING FAN CAM DRONE TECHNOLOGY CONTROLLED BY FANS

ROGERS CUP REACHES NEW HEIGHTS WITH BRIZI’S FLYING FAN CAM DRONE TECHNOLOGY CONTROLLED BY FANS

Rogers Cup In Toronto Launches Brizi Flying Cam

The Rogers Cup in Toronto tennis fan experience is being enhanced by the new Brizi flying fan cam that offers spectacular aerial views and social media communications while controlled by fans at the venue with smart devices. Sports technology is upgrading live event experiences for players, fans and sponsors alike. This time it’s the Rogers Cup presented by National Bank in Montreal and Toronto morphing technology with sport via the use of the original smartship drone that flies above a stadium providing social media connection opportunities for spectators at Aviva Centre as a global first of its kind...

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Next Idea In Sport Competition By Ryerson DMZ And Rogers Fosters Canadian Sports Tech Innovation

National competition gives startups an opportunity to develop innovative technology solutions for the sport industry.

National competition gives startups an opportunity to develop innovative technology solutions for the sport industry.

Next Idea In Sport Competition By Ryerson DMZ And Rogers Fosters Canadian Sports Tech Innovation

Canadian sports technology competition, Next Big Idea in Sport, is a $100,000 first ever free contest opportunity for five to ten tech startup companies with impactful technologies to win four months of incubation at the Digital Media Zone (DMZ) at Ryerson University and the chance to win cash grand prizes. Rogers Communication in Canada partnered with Ryerson to foster technological innovations to further industry advancements for end users such as athletes, teams and consumers...

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Alchemy Global Crowdfunding Platform First In Sports and Entertainment Space

Alchemy, headquartered in Charleston, SC with offices in Portland, Baltimore, New York and London, is the first dedicated investment web portal focused on Sports and Entertainment

Alchemy, headquartered in Charleston, SC with offices in Portland, Baltimore, New York and London, is the first dedicated investment web portal focused on Sports and Entertainment

Alchemy Global launched a Sports and Entertainment Crowdfunding Platform for Accredited Investors today in Charleston, South Carolina. The Sports Techie community blog chatted with Andy Brusman, Founder and CEO at Alchemy Global Holdings, LLC about his startup, their space in the finance Industry and more business expansion strategy. Together with sports legends Greg Norman, Jim Courier and Boris Becker who have transformed into successful Entrepreneurs and highly accomplished sport and finance executives, their first three client companies to launch on the Alchemy portal will be announced in the coming weeks...

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Bluefields simple, social and free way to communicate with amateur leagues, teams and players

Bluefields service helps sports organizers create and automate all of the communication between amateur leagues, teams and players

Bluefields service helps sports organizers create and automate all of the communication between amateur leagues, teams and players

Bluefields is one place for your games and events. Bluefields service helps sports organizers create and automate all of the communication between amateur leagues, teams and players. Bluefield has created a platform for sports organizers to digitally coordinate every team and league user allowing them to reach its players in one place. Every game also has a home online where sports photos are no longer stuck in email threads. Founder and CEO, Andrew Crump, spoke to the Sports Techie blog about how his startup company began in the UK and then moved to the U.S...

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See deltatre DIVA at 2012 NAB show Microsoft booth

The deltatre DIVA will be used at the London 2012 Summer Olympic Games

deltatre is at the 2012 National Association of Broadcasters show (NAB) at the Las Vegas Convention Center from April 14 – 19. You can interact with deltatre at Microsoft Corp. booth SL 1524. deltatre has developed a digital media innovation known as DIVA (Data Integrated Video Application) and it runs on Windows Azure Media Services. deltatre has recently become also a Microsoft Silverlight Featured Partner.

“Microsoft is excited to work with deltatre to deliver the London 2012 Olympic Games with Windows Azure Media Services,” said Sudheer Sirivara, senior director of Windows Azure Media Services at Microsoft. deltatre’s HD video and data delivery capabilities combined with Windows Azure Media Services will he...

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The 911 Sports Techie Tribute blog

A 911 Sports Techie Tibute from Seattle

The 911 Sports Techie Tribute blog. My sports technology career landed me in Atlanta a decade ago working for Dartfish as a Senior Program Manager. This was an exciting time in my sports tech career. Dartfish had created some of the most innovative sports tech on the planet.

In 2001, they moved their US corporate HQ from Portland to Atlanta and made me an offer to move to the South and help them open up their new office space. It was located on the campus of Georgia Tech and part of the Universities startup incubator program.

The year I lived in the 404 working for Dartfish was surreal in hindsight. I arrived the week of Dale Earnhardt’s death and everything changed after 911. In between, I saw Michael Vick score his first TD in person...

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