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VICI Sports Startup Uses IoT and AI To Deliver PSG SuperFan and Brand Ambassadors Activations

VICI Sports partnered with Paris Saint-Germain and other top European football clubs to activate superfans via their globally connected TV network and personalized SportsCenter complete with IoT and AI components. The Boston based startup is led by Adam Jones, co-founder and CEO, who chatted with THE Sports Techie community blog about business development, their technologies, participating in the TechStars 2019 accelerator, and raising additional investment capital as the sports tech company pursues partnering with leading soccer teams throughout Europe and beyond. European teams have made it a priority to visit America as Liverpool FC is doing this weekend to begin their preseason tour at Fenway Park. Beginning next week, PSG is going to China in a first for the champion French club...

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Future of Sport Lab, MLSE and Ryerson University Sports Tech Startup Cohorts

Six sports tech startups workshopped their innovations across Ryerson University and MLSE teams and venues

Ryerson University and Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment incubated six inaugural sports tech startups within the Future of Sport Lab (FSL) ecosystem.  The startup businesses then pitched their technology and business plans to more than 100 eager business leaders in the space from across Canada at the Mattamy Centre in Toronto, Ontario. The Sports Techie community blog chatted with Dr. Cheri Bradish, Director of Future of Sport Lab, about the immersive programming each startup received. Included is a partnership with the Ted Rogers School of Business, mentorship within the FSL network of professionals and academics, as well as access to investors and leading academies...

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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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SPORTEL Monaco And Deltatre Digital Sports StartUp Competition

Entry is still open for the 2016 SPORTEL StartUp Competition in association with deltatre.

SPORTEL is accepting entries for the their international startup competition entered its third year in Monaco presented by deltatre,

SPORTEL is accepting entries for the their international startup competition entered its third year in Monaco presented by deltatre,

SPORTEL is accepting entries for the their international startup competition entered its third year in Monaco. Only startups with products already in the market and with an active user base, primarily centered in the professional sport industry focused on fan engagement, sport enhancement or sports management, will be accepted. The Sports Techie community blog wrote about last year’s business pitch event via an exclusive SPORTEL blog...

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Sportel Sports Business StartUp Competition In Monaco With Deltatre

Sport-specific Startup Competition At SPORTELMonaco 2015, Grimaldi Forum, Monaco Wednesday 14th October 2015 at 11.00 CET.

Sport-specific Startup Competition At SPORTELMonaco 2015, Grimaldi Forum, Monaco
Wednesday 14th October 2015 at 11.00 CET.

Sportel Sports Business StartUp Competition In Monaco With Deltatre

The second edition of the ‘Sportel Startup Competition’ was launched in July together with deltatre. There are three days left for entrants to win the competition designed last year for global start ups (only) to gather in Monaco during the Sportel event in October of 2015 and pitch their sports business innovation ideas to judging panel of significant industry professionals...

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Enter First Ever Global Sports Symposium Startup Up Pitch Competition

Enter First Ever Global Sports Symposium Startup Up Pitch Competition

Enter First Ever Global Sports Symposium Startup Up Pitch Competition

Sports Techie business entrepreneurs worldwide can enter to win the first ever Global Sports Symposium Startup Up Pitch Competition. All the entry information is below for this free contest. The first annual Global Sports Symposium Pitch Competition thrives to be the best opportunity to get your start-up crucial exposure to top agencies, teams, leagues, and entrepreneurs in the sports industry. The 2104 GSS Pitch Competition deadline is April 22. The GSS is on May 15, at Emirates Stadium, London, England.  I offer my complimentary services to any sports technology startup or Sports Techie community blog readers who wants my perspective on your concept and presentation.

GSS is the first annual student-run conference presented by the team behind the Ivy Sports Symposium

GSS is the first annual student-run conference pre...

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DraftKings Pure Sports Tech Play As Nasdaq Ticker Symbol DKNG

SPAC: Insight into DraftKings’ Listing

Does DKNG mean anything to you? It should because it is DraftKings new Nasdaq Stock Exchange officially listed ticker symbol as they went public last Friday, April 24 at a valuation of more than $6 billion. The digital sports entertainment company was founded in 2012 as a daily fantasy sports play based on sports performance. Today, they are perhaps the leading online sport betting, fantasy sports and online gaming operator in the United States. You might be asking why they went public at a time when live sports events are almost nonexistent because of the coronavirus shutdown but the answer is easy to understand. The legalization of sports betting in 2018 by the U.S...

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La Vida Baseball Partners With Minute Media To Deliver Latino Beisbol Lifestyle Content

LA VIDA BASEBALL AND MINUTE MEDIA FORM TECHNOLOGY PLATFORM AND CONTENT DISTRIBUTION PARTNERSHIP

La Vida Baseball is poised to continue growing their Latino beisbol lifestyle media company muy rapido together with Minute Media. LVB (@LaVidaBaseball) was launched in 2017 and is owned by TeamWorks Media in Chicago. Today, they announced a new partnership with Minute Media on a multi-year deal to leverage the latter’s technology platform to increase LVB’s daily and premium video content reach and exposure across a variety of channels...

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Sportico Sports Digital Content Is New Penske Media Sport Business Company

Sportico – The Business of Sports

Sportico is the newest sports business digital content property to enter into the worldwide media and publishing industries with the financial, technological and infrastructure backing of Penske Media Corporation (PMC). The entity’s name is a blend of “sport” and “company.” They plan to cover the business aspect of sports. Dick Glover and Scott Soshnick are the key sports and entertainment veteran executives at this new startup. Glover is President and CEO while Soshnick is their Editor in Chief and Head of Content. Scott chatted with the Sports Techie community blog about this new venture, working with Dick and joining the Penske Media brands, in addition to everything from eSports, COVID19 and stadiums...

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Recover Athletics Injury Prevention App Designed With Physical Therapists Using AI

Recover Athletics plans are designed by top physical therapists, then customized with AI

Recover Athletics designed an injury prevention app for runners using input and expertise from physical therapists together with customized AI driven recovery and prehab plans to aid with proprietary coaching and workouts as well as health tracking and performance analysis. Two recent Yale graduates founded this Boston-based sports tech startup. They recently launched the recovery app as the coronavirus began to spread across the United States ruining their golden marketing plan to launch the application during the 2020 Boston Marathon event in partnership with Tracksmith and Lululemon as a recovery hub component. Recover Athletics, Co-Founder and CEO, Nick Stewart, chatted with the Sports Techie ...

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