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Sports Tech Increasing MLB Viewership Numbers During World Series

From streaming games online to becoming the top U.S. sports app, baseball is now easier than ever for fans to watch and interact with. In fact, MLB.com was the second-most viewed sports website in 2015.

The World Series between the Houston Astros and Los Angeles Dodgers began yesterday giving Major League Baseball center stage for this epic sporting event while the sports stands at a growth crossroads. Once the most popular American pastime, baseball has begun to dwindle. Less and less people are watching baseball on TV and fans are getting increasingly older. In fact, only 14% of Americans consider baseball as their favorite sport...

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Plenty of Sports to Watch During the Summer

Chicago Blackhawks forwards Jonathan Toews and Patrick-Kane are Stanley Cup ready.

Chicago Blackhawks forwards Jonathan Toews and Patrick-Kane are Stanley Cup ready.

Plenty of Sports to Watch During the Summer
Feel like your sports watching goes into hibernation after the Super Bowl? Unbelievably, there is life post-season. Why not take on a new sport? There are plenty of sports to watch throughout summer, and you can start right now because the 2015 sports viewing season is in full swing. In fact, the sport of horse racing may have a new Triple Crown winner at the Belmont Stakes race by the sensational horse named American Pharaoh this weekend...

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Cisco Technology Helps Enable First Live Streamed World Series

Cisco Technology Helps Enable First Live Streamed World Series - Sports Techie blog

Cisco Technology Helps Enable First Live Streamed World Series – Sports Techie blog

Cisco Technology Helps Enable First Live Streamed World Series

For the first time in Major League Baseball history, the 2014 World Series between the San Francisco Giants and Kansas City Royals entire seven games were streamed live across the Internet enabled by Cisco, an Industry first. The historical digital fan experience delivered by MLBAM and Cisco during the 110th Fall Classic to smartphones, tablets and computer laptops over the At Bat app allowed fans a multitude of multi-platform product options with no blackouts. The Sports Techie community blog readers and followers can read more about Cisco’s influence on sports technology here, and MLB’s innovative products here...

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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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