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MLB PrePlay Enhances Second Screen, Fan Experience And Sponsor ROI

PrePlay is a small, independent game studio in New York that produces sports prediction mobile games such as MLB PrePlay

PrePlay is a small, independent game studio in New York that produces sports prediction mobile games such as MLB PrePlay

The sports technology suite of PrePlay free apps allows you and your Sports Techie friends to predict every play of every game and earn currency while watching live sport broadcasts. MLB PrePlay is off to its second year and is the official Major League Baseball prediction game. The New York startup had 25 million predictions in 2013 and is anticipating a whopping 100 million in 2014...

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Win 15K When You Predict the Best March Madness Bracket Data Set

March Machine Learning Competition by Intel and Kaggle

March Machine Learning Competition by Intel and Kaggle

Intel and Kaggle have teamed up to introduce the new March Madness Learning Mania competition. The winner of this NCAA tournament based contest earns $15,000, may that be a Sports Techie community blog reader. I had a terrific opportunity to learn about Kaggle’s competition-based platform and Intel’s Big Data push towards business applications that can predict and break down the right data sets for any kind of SMB at an affordable price. Kaggle, a competition-based platform for predictive modeling and analytics, partnered with Intel to create the March Machine Learning Mania competition where some smart Sports Techie can win the free $15K prize...

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IronRank Football Predictions and Analysis Decision Engine Launches for 2013 NFL Season

Historically, Iron Rank has predicted the outcome of a game correctly 64% of the time using the Elo System, and they are continuing to improve upon their proprietary sportsbiz model

Historically, Iron Rank has predicted the outcome of a game correctly 64% of the time using the Elo System, and they are continuing to improve upon their proprietary sportsbiz model

IronRank analyzes NFL team’s stats and previous games to rate teams and predict the outcomes of potential games. Sports Techie, what if IronRank could use data and analysis to improve your chances of winning your weekly thousand dollar football pool, would you use them? The Sports Techie community blog was able to talk with founder, Brenden Sherratt, about his big data sports technology startup located in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, and find out more about what makes IronRank tick.

IronRank Football Predictions and Analysis Decision Engine Launches for 2013 NFL Season

IronRank Football Predictions and Analysis Decision Engine Launches for 2013 NFL Season

IronRank

Historically, Iron Rank has predi...

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