Sports Tech

Comcast NBCUniversal Launches New Sports Tech Startup Accelerator

Comcast NBCUniversal is introducing a new startup accelerator intended to bolster the sports media giant’s innovation efforts, while keeping a pulse on emerging technologies coming down the pipeline. At launch, […]

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Los Angeles Rams See Benefits in First Season Using 8K Solutions Cameras

(8K Solutions is a proud partner of Front Office Sports) In the National Football League, teams are always searching for tools that can help take them to the next level. […]

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Shot Callers: Eric Mastalir of Nike

(Sports Tech Tokyo is a proud partner of Front Office Sports) Sports brands face a unique challenge in an increasingly technological world. Just because people love their phones and computers, however, […]

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Shot Callers: Charlie Greenwood, Founder of Triple Scout

(Sports Tech Tokyo is a proud partner of Front Office Sports) In the sports tech space, there are plenty of individuals and groups looking to consult with young companies looking to […]

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Shot Callers: Unmish Parthasarathi, Founder of Picture Board

(Sports Tech Tokyo is a proud partner of Front Office Sports) At the end of the day sports and entertainment are still about competing for eyeballs. Even in today’s globalized […]

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St. Louis Blues Gamify Western Conference Finals with ‘Enter the Zone’

Enter the Zone represents an early test case for how gamification might play out on a larger level amongst St. Louis’ fanbase.

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Viz Arena’s Down & Distance Gives Ravens Fans More to Cheer About

Vizrt’s game-changing technology is a vital storytelling tool for the Baltimore Ravens and soon could be throughout professional football.

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Connect&GO’s RFID Solutions Improve Live Events For Fans And Venues

The founders of Connect&GO brought several uses for radio-frequency identification technology to the world of live sports and entertainment.

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Launching With 49ers, Season Share Hopes to Be ‘Airbnb’ of Tickets

Season Share, a season ticket sharing platform, hopes to disrupt the ticket industry and help provide teams and fans with a better system.

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Mike Trout Will Pay Nearly $57 Million in State Taxes Per His New Contract

Per his new contract, Trout is set to earn $430 million over the next 12 years. The deal also comes with an appropriately monster tax bill.

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