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The Global Sports Industry is estimated to be valued between $480-620 Billion USD ,and Technology Startups worldwide are taking advantage of the size of this industry. Sports Tech Feed provides a FREE platform to showcase these innovative young startups. 

21
Aug

US accelerator giant Techstars bringing a sportstech accelerator to Melbourne

Source: https://www.smartcompany.com.au/startupsmart/analysis/melbourne-sportstech-accelerator-techstars/ US accelerator giant Techstars is bringing a sportstech accelerator to Melbourne.  The new accelerator is TechStars’ second sports-focused program, and will be partnering with Australia’s governing body for tennis, Tennis Australia, government-backed Victoria startup agency, LaunchVic, and leading sports science Australian University, Victoria University. The mentorship-driven accelerator will run for 13 weeks and accept 10...
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18
Aug

MLB trials Danish golf startup TrackMan

Source: https://frntofficesport.com/automated-ball-strike-system/ TrackMan is a Dutch golf startup that uses radar-tracking technology to track ball movement. It is now being used in baseball, with plans to trial this new technology first being announced in March.  MLB and the Atlantic League Professional Baseball (ALPB) have tested the radar-tracking system to assist home plate umpire in calling...
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26
Jul

British Cycling partnering with Norwegian startup Motitech to help seniors

Source: https://www.britishcycling.org.uk/about/article/20190725-about-bc-news-British-Cycling-and-Sport-England-partner-with-Norwegian-tech-startup-Motitech–enabling-wider-participation-for-UK-care-homes-in-the-annual-Road-Worlds-for-Seniors-0   British Cycling and Sport England have announced their partnership with Motitech. The  Norwegian startup is motivating seniors and those with dementia to engage in increased physical activity with benefits ranging from improved physical and mental wellbeing, to greater self-efficacy and mobility, better sleep, and faster rehabilitation.   British Cycling and Sport England...
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02
Jul

Sapphire Ventures’ new $115 million sports tech fund

Source: https://venturebeat.com/2019/01/28/sapphire-ventures-launches-115-million-sports-tech-fund-with-big-name-backers/   Silicon Valley VC firm Sapphire Ventures has launched a new $115 million sports tech fund, called “Sapphire Sport’. According to the press release, the fund will focus on sports technology startups and extend to media and entertainment industries. The Sapphire Sport Fund is backed by some big names;  Adidas, AEG, Major League...
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02
Jul

ArqamFC acquired by StatsBomb

Source: https://www.menabytes.com/arqamfc-statsbomb/ Egyptian sports data startup ArqamFC has been acquired by StatsBomb, the UK football analytics company. ArqamFC was founded in 2017 and collects over 5,000 data points every match, selling critical data analytics to clubs, agencies, and players to help improve game performance, player management and talent recruitment. According to the ArqamFC website, some...
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20
May

Startup Showcase: FanWide

FanWide provides a free digital platform for fan clubs which helps out-of-market sports fans find a local game watch party at a sports bar for any team in any city. Millions of displaced fans can use FanWide to find the closest community event for their favorite team and check in for rewards, wherever they are...
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20
May

Startup Showcase: Benchvote

BenchVote is a fan engagement and digital activations platform designed for sporting organisations, governing bodies and brands to engage their fans, drive revenue and collect data as part of a campaign, or across the whole season.   Where did the genesis/idea for your business come from? The idea came from my time in digital agency...
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13
Mar

Shot Scope is Eyeing off the United States Golf Market

By Clint Vojdinoski, Editor at Bullpen Media   Shot Scope’s chief executive officer David Hunter built his company off the back of wanting to solve a frustrating problem golfers have. He wanted to improve his handicap on the course and to solve the problem of sharpening his game that didn’t solely rely on playing rounds and practicing on...
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13
Mar

GSIC and La Liga launch new Startup Competition

LaLiga and the Global Sports Innovation Center powered by Microsoft (GSIC) have launched a startup competition as part of “The Original Inspiration Center by LaLiga supported by GSIC”, an initiative to detect the best technological developments in the sports and entertainment industry. The competition seeks to enhance digital talent by developing disruptive solutions in soccer,...
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