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The InSite Training Tool from Riddell is set to pave the way for football coaches and players to create a smarter, more intelligent game.
The company is working with brands like Viacom and the NFL to help them reach larger audiences and better monetize their content.
The introduction of the technology by the Winnipeg Jets, Manitoba Moose and their home arena, Bell MTS Place, helps alleviate stress on customer service.
The company is bringing a team and league model to horse racing, aiming to enhance sponsorship and fan engagement opportunities.
As the arms race continues, programs like Kentucky and UNC are taking the battle to tech.
Scrum Ventures and Dentsu are teaming up for Sports Tech Tokyo to help sports technology companies capitalize on Asian opportunities.
There are nearly 600 million Spanish speakers in the world, which has created a massive opportunity for the young media company.
Companies like the Aspire Group and Semcasting provide teams with in-depth information, which has helped organizations increase ticket sales.
The sports-streaming television network has partnered with WSC Sports to offer automatic highlights of college games.