The Warriors and Viber are only in the second year of their partnership, but the NBA team has already capitalized on Viber’s diverse user base.
Fans at the NHL Fan Fair in San Jose will get a first-look at the SAP-NHL Coaching Insights App in a virtual reality game.
The Las Vegas Ballpark is set to open this year with brand new mesh seats that promise to keep fans cool and comfortable in the Las Vegas sun.
Sports Tech Tokyo has announced 50 of the 150 slots for the program meant to be a “gateway” to Asia for the sports tech community.
Over the holiday season, Chelsea FC launched #CFCFansgiving, a social campaign designed to honor its most loyal American fans.
The U.S. Olympic Committee is careful in the technologies its sports use, but overall technology is now an important tool in helping train athletes.
Alex Zanardi designed hand controls to be able to continue racing and will pilot a BMW for Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing in the upcoming race.
Intel Sports will focus on demonstrating volumetric video in 2019, hoping to alter the future of sports viewing for everyone.
A partnership with analytics software company Kinduct will allow MLL to track player health, hopefully leading toward new biometric findings in 2019.
Crown League founders Mathew Sposta and Dan Nissanoff made their mark at CES in Las Vegas by chatting about the league, which is set to launch in September.
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