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Coors Light and University of Texas football Fanband digital pledge to “Drink Responsibly”.

The Fanband interactive wearable adds smart device value to merchandise for teams, sponsors and marketing campaigns using an NFC chip that also functions as the backbone of Apple Pay financial transactions.  A simple tap to interact (Tap2Interact) with the wristband is taking the fan experience and driving engagement to the next level. Apple has recently opened the technology up and companies like the NBA and the Nike are using it on jerseys and apparel as is Digitize Your Brand (DYB), an interactive merchandise company. The Sports Techie community blog chatted with Rich Stein, CEO of DYB, after they activated the St...

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DeskSite Enhances Daytona 500 And Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Fan Experience

NASCAR Becomes First Sports League to Launch DeskSite Video App

NASCAR Becomes First Sports League to Launch DeskSite Video App

NASCAR DeskSite video app launched today allowing race fans to enjoy the delivery of an automated, interactive and personalized stream of digital content directly to computers and digital devices. NASCAR is the first professional sports league to offer the platform that delivers NASCAR.com high-definition videos on-demand in addition to automatic updates to desktops, laptops and tablets. The Sports Techie community blog chatted with Megan Bennett, VP of Marketing, and Jake Phillips, Content Partnerships at DeskSite, about the product roll out with NASCAR and their sports tech business...

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Exterity Powers The Open Media And Hospitality Tents Live Sports Video Streams

The Open: Exterity Enhances Fan Experience with Best-In-Class Video Solutions

EXTERITY AND C3I GROUP REINFORCE PARTNERSHIP IN ADVANCE OF THE 145TH OPEN.

EXTERITY AND C3I GROUP REINFORCE PARTNERSHIP IN ADVANCE OF THE 145TH OPEN.

Exterity and C3i Group are again distributing secure sports video solutions and connectivity services including to the mobile device zone at The Open major golf tournament event held at Royal Troon in Scotland specifically for media rooms and hospitality village tents allowing journalists and attendees real-time access to live streaming content of a one-of-a-kind digital sports tech experience for those not able to watch play on the historical Scottish course founded in 1878. The 145th Open Championship over the next four-days begins today and features 450 display points throughout the entire course including a 36 meter LED big screen...

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Minute Media Football Fan Content Contribution Platform Powers HT Media Group India

Minute Media Football Fan Content Contribution Platform Powers HT Media Group India

Minute Media, HT Media Partner to Deliver Fan-Created Football Content

Minute Media, HT Media Partner to Deliver Fan-Created Football Content

HT Media in India will partner with Minute Media to deliver fan-created curated football content. The Sports Techie community blog chatted via Skype to Duncan McMonagle, SVP Strategy and Partnerships, Minute Media, at their London office about this enormous sports technology opportunity for the Israeli based company to engage with one of the largest digital markets in the world and the number two sized Facebook global country list of users by country. I also queried as to future company plans after raising $45 million in funding such as eSports...

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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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High Tech Tennis For The Sports Techie Community Blog

Sports Techie was asked by iQ by Intel to take a look at the way tech is changing how tennis is played via connected racquets, smart courts and technology being used at this year’s 2014 grand slams, however, since I am no longer a contributor and was sent this story I researched back, I will publish it on my own for our community readers and followers benefit. It was my pleasure to investigate and learn how technologies by Babolat, smartcourts by PlaySight, and the grand slams such as Wimbledon and the U.S. Open, are together pushing tennis forward creating a worldwide renaissance for the sport America used to dominate but not anymore.

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Since 1875, the history of tennis has been driven by Babolat...

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