Technology

Tech Innovations and Highly Anticipated Discussions Cued Up at CES Sports Zone

Attendees will have the chance to learn about sports technology, digital media, mixed reality and more at the CES Sports Zone in 2019.

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Free Sports Prediction App GameOn Launches for the Casual Sports Fan

Powered by a new investment from Pacific Atlantic Ventures, GameOn lowers the accessibility barrier for those interested in trying sports predictions.

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Hurdl Clearing Its Own Path in Crowded Sports Marketing Space

Thanks to the direct-to-consumer marketing startup Hurdl, the fan-team relationship just became even closer. 

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Not Another Mid-Major: How Grand Canyon Tells Their Story On Social Media

While GCU is technically a mid-major school, the atmosphere that they have built is reminiscent of a power five school

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18 On Deck in 2018: Stories Worth Watching This Season in MLB

As we get closer to the 2018 MLB season, here are just a few things to look out for.

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A Look at NASCAR’s New Upgraded, Fan-Friendly Fantasy Game

NASCAR has turned to a new fantasy game to deliver more excitement to fans.

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Andy Steen: Helping Avaya Lead Teams into the Connected World

Through creative thinking and execution, Steen helps Avaya’s 90 sports clients make the most out of the technology they use.

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Inside the Growth of NASCAR Digital Media

NDM, as it’s called, has seen rapid growth that has fueled new revenue channels and partners.

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NBA All-Star Weekend Filled With Entertainment and Commerce

The 67th annual event took over Los Angeles with downtown activations and events.

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