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Following seven years in baseball, Josh Wilkie transitioned to the tech world and now helps athletes understand data from products to prevent injuries.
Whether it’s on the ice, on an iPad, or in a TV broadcast, the NHL is going all in on data, and it is fundamentally changing how it does business as an organization.
Last year, Super Bowl LII generated an estimated $450 million in new spending to Minneapolis, but historical Super Bowl economic impact is felt nationwide.
How teams, leagues and rights owners react to technology can greatly determine their future success, according to Sports Innovation Lab at CES.