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American Express Hawks Island 12s Help Seattle Seahawks Defeat Atlanta Falcons

American Express Brings Back Hawks Island to the 12s on the Puget Sound

AMEX Brings Back Hawks Island to the 12s on the Puget Sound, credit: Mat Heyward and Suzi Pratt / Getty Images for American Express.

AMEX Brings Back Hawks Island to the 12s on the Puget Sound, credit: Mat Heyward and Suzi Pratt / Getty Images for American Express.

Hawks Island presented by American Express for card member Seattle Seahawks fans known as 12s helped the team win a close NFC game on Sunday over the Atlanta Falcons. Neither typhoon winds, nor rain nor a nearly unstoppable superstar named Julio Jones could stop the exclusive pre-game event on Pier 66 of hundreds of people from having fun and enjoying this ultimate AMEX sport sponsor-driven fan experience.  The Sports Techie community blog represents the pulse of the 12thman since I am one...

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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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WinView Leads Second Screen TV Market Because Of Patents, Investments and Board

Could this be the killer app that generates live sports gaming advertising dollars, takes down daily fantasy sports and forever changes second screen behavior?

Could this be the killer app that generates live sports gaming advertising dollars, takes down daily fantasy sports and forever changes second screen behavior?

WinView raised a partial close of a $3.4 million Series A round of equity financing to allow the company to further corner the synchronized two-screen TV market as well as continue to push their live television play along, digital fan experience. The Silicon Valley-based sports technology business is focused on delivering free mobile two-screen synchronized televised sports games for prizes in the U.S...

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Buzzed Driving is Drunk Driving So Save Lives, Money And Grief By Planning Ahead This New Year’s Eve

Plan ahead this holiday season – Buzzed Driving is Drunk Driving.

Plan ahead this holiday season – Buzzed Driving is Drunk Driving.

Buzzed Driving is Drunk Driving So Save Lives, Money And Grief By Planning Ahead This New Year’s Eve

So it’s New Year’s Eve, and you are planning a fun outing with friends and family. Some of the Sports Techie blog community readers and followers will attend the second College Football Playoff Semifinal game at the Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic between No. 3 ranked Michigan State and No.2 Alabama at AT&T Stadium or watch the broadcast on ESPN beginning at 8 p.m. ET, and it might be winding up in a thrilling fashion near the stroke of midnight to bring in the exciting new year of 2016. You might have just a drink or two or three at the sports bar, club or restaurant, but you don’t designate a sober driver because you k...

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Paranoid Fan App Ready To Deliver Local Sports Info, Tickets And Social Media

The Sports Techie community blog welcomes guest contributions that have some kind of sports technology related material. It is thus my pleasure to introduce a talented writer, keen marketer and all-around good person into sport and tech, to our global readers and followers that has a passion for his sports tech startup and app named, Paranoid Fan.

Hunter Swensson writes as a guest contributor. He is the co-founder of Paranoid Fan – a new mobile app available now in the Apple Store.

Do you like sports? That’s easy, of course you do – that’s why we’re here, right? At the game, the watch party, tailgating or even scanning your timeline — you love sports. The difficulty is in the discovery: “where is all of this happening?”

Paranoid Fan Guest Sports Techie Blog By Hunter Swensson.

Paranoid Fan Guest Sports Techie Blog By Hunter Swensson.

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NBA, Turner Sports And NextVR Pioneer Virtual Reality Video For Fans

Golden State Warriors NBA Championship Ring Ceremony and Opening Night Game Against New Orleans Pelicans to be Publicly Available to Fans in Virtual Reality.

Golden State Warriors NBA Championship Ring Ceremony and Opening Night Game Against New Orleans Pelicans to be Publicly Available to Fans in Virtual Reality.

NBA, Turner Sports And NextVR Pioneer Virtual Reality Video For Fans

The National Basketball Association, Turner Sports and NextVR are pushing sports technology, virtual reality, sponsorship and the fan experience to new levels opening night when fans of defending NBA league champions, the Golden State Warriors and everyone else outside located Oracle Arena watching publically at home, work or in a sports bar, have access to a free live stream of the first professional sport game ever broadcast in VR using Samsung Gear VR headset tech...

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How Fantasy Football Has Totally Changed the Way Fans Watch the Game

Fantasy Football is Big Business

Fantasy Football is Big Business

How Fantasy Football Has Totally Changed the Way Fans Watch the Game

Thanks to advances in technology, football fans are no longer limited to watching NFL games in person, on over-the-air channels and radio, or waiting for tomorrow’s newspaper to get the latest information on team and individual performances. The Sports Techie blog is thrilled about the role sports tech has played in developing the fantasy sports industry into an augmentation of a fans’ daily lifestyle.

Cable and satellite TV have made it possible to watch nearly any game. With just an internet connection and an inexpensive mobile smartphone, fans can now get game stats and analytics in real time from just about anywhere...

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NCAA Digital March Madness YouTube Channel Launched By Turner Sports

New YouTube Channel to Feature NCAA Tournament Real-Time Highlights, Game Recaps and More.

New YouTube Channel to Feature NCAA Tournament Real-Time Highlights, Game Recaps and More.

NCAA Digital March Madness YouTube Channel Launched By Turner Sports

March Madness has a new YouTube channel launched by NCAA Digital and managed by Turner Sports for the 2015 Division I men’s basketball championship. This is a sports technology first for the premier college basketball tournament and is sure to enhance the fan experience with real-time highlights, video recaps of all 67 games and compelling content all fans will enjoy on TV, digital devices and OTT boxes. The Sports Techie community blog is based in Atlanta and is privileged to share this cutting edge business and tech news with our loyal readers and followers as well as with local Turner and national CBS Sports viewers.

Turner Sports and CBS Sports NCAA March Madness Live. Operations Center

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Tennis Players Social Media Popularity – Infographic

Tennis Players Social Media Popularity – Infographic

Tennis Players Social Media Popularity – Infographic

Tennis Players Social Media Popularity – Infographic

Tennis players love social media because they get to engage with followers via their Facebook fan page and Twitter handles about their game, sponsors and loyal or new fans. The Sports Techie community blog has discussed this tennis topic in the past so it comes as no surprise that Rafael Nadal from Spain is the clear cut men’s tour leader while the world’s top ranked Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) player perhaps ever, Serena Williams from the U.S. takes a back seat to Russian Maria Sharapova on facebook but not twitter...

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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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