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Favored USWNT and France To Set Digital, Social and Ticketing FIFA WWC Records While Fox Sports Simulcasts on Mega-Zilla

Fox Sports Set Digital and Social High Marks For FIFA WWC in France during USA match

The USWNT and France face each other today in a FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019 quarterfinal match that is sure to break the digital, social and maybe even ticketing records for the tournament. Tournament broadcaster Fox Sports is streaming and will also simulcast the highly anticipated showdown to Times Square on the Mega-Zilla 4K screen for the ultimate soccer fan experience. Call in sick to work because this game at Parc des Princes stadium in Paris will surely break the existing record of 618,000 streamers set by the Team USA round-of-16 win over Spain on June 24...

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FIFA Women’s World Cup VAR Room Media Briefing Review

PARIS, FRANCE – JUNE 12: A view inside the VAR at the main IBC on June 12, 2019 in Paris, France. (Photo by Marianna Massey – FIFA/FIFA via Getty Images)

The FIFA TV media briefing today regarding refereeing and VAR was enlightening both as a fan of football and a sports tech expert. I especially enjoyed listening to Pierluigi Collina, Chairman of FIFA’s referee committee, he hails from Italy and speaks English with a very strong Italian accent. He was joined by Head of FIFA Referring Massimo Busacca, and Kari Seitz, FIFA Senior Refereeing Manager and head of the refereeing project for the Women’s World Cup in France. The sports tech event lasted about a hour and a half and was streamed worldwide...

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Social Media And Sports Journalism UF Online Infographic Visual Resource

The impact by social media on sports journalism can be better understood by looking over the Infographic visual resource provided by the University of Florida to share with the Sports Techie community blog. Sports journalist are having to morph with social media to match the fast changing history of the industry and to keep up with top brands and individuals that are pushing the space to new heights such as ESPN. Fan engagement, sport business and cutting-edge technology resulted in fundamental changes to the way content is now delivered and personalized creating a powerful mechanism named social media used for delivering news, entertainment and gossip to society as happened during the recent NBA and NFL drafts last w...

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Deltatre Delivers TSN and RDS FIFA World Cup Digital Coverage Across Canada

Deltatre Power TSN And RDS FIFA Women World Cup.

Deltatre Power TSN And RDS FIFA Women World Cup.

Deltatre Delivers TSN and RDS FIFA World Cup Digital Coverage Across Canada

There are 8 FIFA Women’s World Cup games left on the 52 game schedule and deltatre digital technology has been behind the TSN and RDS coverage provided to the good people living in tournament host Canada. Their sports tech partnership used an integrated digital platform to deliver video and content of the first games, all the way to the quarterfinals this weekend, through the semi-finals Tuesday and Wednesday, and then the final on Sunday, July 5th, at BC Place Stadium in Vancouver. By using deltatre sport technologies, TSN and RDS allowed fans the ability to follow the live action in real-time, both in English and French, through websites designed and developed by...

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Texas State 7on7 Association First to Mandate Unequal Performance Protection.

Texas State 7on7 Association First to Mandate Unequal Performance Protection.

Unequal Halo Affect Catches On With Texas 7on7 Football Association

The Unequal Technologies Halo headgear will be used by the Texas State 7on7 Association for the 2015 State Championships in order to improve player protection and sport performance. This announcement comes on the heels of the Sports Techie community blog about Halo use at the 2015 Women’s World Cup in Canada on Fox Sports, by a member of the USWNT. Derek Gove, Vice President at Unequal, chatted with me about helping to change existing mindsets about the dangers of youth football through education and their company goal to help turn around participation numbers via advanced sports technology. The NFL, college and high school football, and youth ...

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USWNT Player Wears Unequal Halo Headgear During Women’s World Cup

USWNT Player Wears Unequal Halo Headgear During Women’s World Cup - Sports Techie blog.

USWNT Player Wears Unequal Halo Headgear During Women’s World Cup – Sports Techie blog.

USWNT Player Wears Unequal Halo Headgear During Women’s World Cup

The U.S National Women’s Soccer Team begins play today against Australia in the 2015 FIFA World Cup and defender Ali Krieger will wear the Unequal Halo™ headgear for performance protection to help minimize the risk of another concussion. Their military grade protection Kevlar based sports technology enhanced product has a patented fusion of TriDur®, Accelleron® and other materials inside designed, engineered and tested to offer customized and concealed protection...

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Mondogoal Women’s World Cup Fantasy Sports Soccer Game Launches as Industry First

Mondogoal Launches First-Ever Fantasy Soccer Platform For 2015 Women’s World Cup with $10k Final Tournament.

Mondogoal Launches First-Ever Fantasy Soccer Platform For 2015 Women’s World Cup with $10k Final Tournament.

Mondogoal Women’s World Cup Fantasy Sports Soccer Game Launches as Industry First

The 2015 Women’s World Cup begins today and the Sports Techie community readers and followers have a new daily fantasy soccer platform to play on created by Mondogoal where their football Summer Showdown contest has a $10,000 cash payout. Mondogoal is the leading global fantasy sports company in the space and licensed to operate around the world unlike competitors in the space like FanDual or DraftKings...

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Next Idea In Sport Competition By Ryerson DMZ And Rogers Fosters Canadian Sports Tech Innovation

National competition gives startups an opportunity to develop innovative technology solutions for the sport industry.

National competition gives startups an opportunity to develop innovative technology solutions for the sport industry.

Next Idea In Sport Competition By Ryerson DMZ And Rogers Fosters Canadian Sports Tech Innovation

Canadian sports technology competition, Next Big Idea in Sport, is a $100,000 first ever free contest opportunity for five to ten tech startup companies with impactful technologies to win four months of incubation at the Digital Media Zone (DMZ) at Ryerson University and the chance to win cash grand prizes. Rogers Communication in Canada partnered with Ryerson to foster technological innovations to further industry advancements for end users such as athletes, teams and consumers...

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