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ScoreStream partners with Snapchat to offer crowd-sourced, high school scoreboard Geofilters.

ScoreStream partners with Snapchat to offer crowd-sourced, high school scoreboard Geofilters.

ScoreStream is first to provide fan-driven scores, photos and chat with family and friends to digital devices of high school football fans on Snapchat beginning today, and to Buffalo Wild Wings B-Dub TV. The sports tech company out of Del Mar, CA developed a proprietary crowd-sourcing platform to generate live sports scores. Snapchatters now have the option to use geofilters to engage with real-time high school football games and scoreboards nationwide, sponsored by Gatorade...

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Mascots And Uniforms And The Effect On Winning

Mascots And Uniforms And The Effect On Winning

You probably have a favorite color that boosts your mood when wearing it. Maybe you even specifically look for clothing featuring that hue because you feel more confident wearing outfits of that shade. Some psychologists who study color say certain hues can influence a person’s mood, impact his or her brain activity and play a role in the individual’s posture. The Sports Techie community blog continues to even the playing field, this time with revealing data about the color of uniforms and information about mascots, and the possible influence they both play on winning or losing in sport...

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Bleacher Report Reaps College Football Playoff Championship To Set Unique Visitor Record

Bleacher Report Reaps College Football Playoff Championship To Set Unique Visitor Record - Sports Techie blog

Bleacher Report Reaps College Football Playoff Championship To Set Unique Visitor Record – Sports Techie blog

Bleacher Report Reaps College Football Playoff Championship To Set Unique Visitor Record

Bleacher Report based in San Francisco, with offices in New York and London, set a new website record derived from Google Analytics data on Monday, January 12, with more than 8.8 million visitors. This historical digital feat for Bleacher Report coincided with the College Football Championship game between the Ohio State Buckeyes and University of Oregon Ducks that set an all-time cable TV audience record with 33.3 million viewers for broadcaster ESPN, after they paid $7.3 billion for the rights to the three playoff games until 2025...

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