Digital Scout has partnered with Scout.com to power all of Scout’s new statewide live scoreboards and player profiles. Scout.com, owned by Fox Sports, now has statewide scoreboards where their members and high school fans can click to find live, play-by-play action for high school football teams across the country. Our Sports Techie community blog is delighted to report about this sports business milestone between Digital Scout and Scout and speak once again with Digital Scout, Vice President, Dan Fronczak.
The partnership will also allow Scout.com to provide live streaming video of national spotlight games inside the box scores. This combo of live video and play-by-play stats provides high school fans with the ultimate fan experience. According to Dan, “It’s a great deal and we’re very excited to be working with a company like Scout.com.”
“With thousands of high school football teams already utilizing our Digital Scout stat tracking app, we were able to provide Scout.com with national coverage,” said Dan. “This is strictly a deal with Scout.com. We are working with them across the entire country with the exception of a handful of cities where we have exclusive partnerships with other companies. In general we provide data to them for about 1,000 games per weekend.”
The Digital Scout HSGameCenter is powering the Scout and Fox Sports Prep Zone on MSN.
If you are interested in partnering with Digital Scout for live, play-by-play high school sports, please contact: Dan Fronczak, Vice President, Digital Scout (614) 505-7427 / [email protected].
About Digital Scout:
With over 11,000 high schools in the United States, Digital Scout is the leader in high school and amateur sports stats tracking software and mobile apps. Digital Scout also powers HS Game Center, the latest Digital Scout website providing live, play-by-play high school sports schedules, standings, and live box scores.
Scout.com is an integrated sports publishing company consisting of two separate divisions that work closely together to deliver a unique and highly integrated Internet and print product offering. The Internet publishing division consists of a network of more than 200 web sites that publish inside and exclusive content focusing on College, NFL, MLB, High School and other professional team sports.
Sports Techie, Our congratulations goes to out to Dan and his team at Digital Scout for this terrific new sportsbiz partnership with Scout.com. Scout directly provides more than 2.1 million people with content, while syndicating 1,100 pieces of content daily, making Scout the most read independent sports publisher in the country. Look for the National game of the week to have Live video and a statistical component that will allow Scout to expand their content offering with Digital Scout sports technology.
Enjoy the rest of this 2013 high school football season and playoffs and be sure to log onto Scout.com powered by Digital Scout for your real-time content, video and stats.
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