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Pelé Continues To Support The Pavegen Kinetic Energy Soccer Fields Once Again
Pelé Continues To Support The Pavegen Kinetic Energy Soccer Fields Once Again with the sponsorship of Shell and goal to power kids play.
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The Bixpy Lightweight Water Jet System Adds Propulsion To Water Sports
The Bixpy Lightweight Water Jet System Adds Propulsion To Water Sports such as kayaking, snorkeling, swimming and paddle boarding.
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Atlanta Braves Become First MLB Team To Launch Monthly Subscription For Live Sporting Events
Atlanta Braves Become First MLB Team To Launch Monthly Subscription For Live Sporting Events and it may carry over to their new stadium.
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SportTechie Startup Profile Series: Sportle Is The Fastest Way To Find Live Sports Streams
SportTechie Startup Profile Series: Sportle Is The Fastest Way To Find Live Sports Streams and make watching easier on fans.
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National Basketball Players Association To Hold Their First-Ever Technology Summit
National Basketball Players Association To Hold Their First-Ever Technology Summit to help players find investment opportunities.
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UFC And TOPPS Launch Digital Trading Card App - UFC and the sports trading card company Topps have come together to create their first digital trading card app. The app, “Topps UFC KNOCKOUT 16” allows users to have a trading card experience and performance-based contests update throughout live UFC events. There are thousands of trading cards available including UFC’s most talented athletes like like heavy weight camp Daniel Cormier and women’s bantamweight camp Miesha Tate. UFC and Topps la...
UFC And TOPPS Launch Digital Trading Card App to give fans more memorable opportunities to capture their favorite moments.
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FIBA Championships Records 5.7 Million Streaming Views Across Facebook And YouTube Platforms
FIBA Championships Records 5.7 Million Streaming Views Across Facebook And YouTube Platforms and continues its strength with live sports.
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Formula One Driver Tests Eye-Tracking Technology - While learning to drive a vehicle, everyone learned the same basics: follow the laws, know where to look, don’t get distracted, etc. Even though it all becomes a habit over time, they are still things you don’t want to rush through for the sake of your safety and the safety of others. Now imagine you’re a Formula One (F1) driver. How much faster do you think you would need to look at and react to your surroundings while operating a vehicle?...
Formula One Driver Tests Eye-Tracking Technology in hopes of better determining his skills on the racetrack and being smarter behind the wheel.
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Ohio State Football Players Are Latest Athletes To Use Sensory-Deprivation Tanks
Ohio State Football Players Are Latest Athletes To Use Sensory-Deprivation Tanks
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NFL Continues Their Push To Become More Fan Friendly In The Digital Age
Slowly But Surely The NFL Is Building Up Its Digital Content Offerings with putting classics on YouTube and documenting the Cardinals.
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Formula E And Grabyo Partner To Bring Finals To Facebook Live
Formula E And Grabyo Partner To Broadcast To Bring Finals To Facebook Live which will let fans view on the world's largest social media platform.
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Caribbean Premier League To Broadcast Matches On Facebook Live Thanks To Grabyo
Caribbean Premier League To Broadcast Matches On Facebook Live Thanks To Grabyo
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Rumblings from the intersection of Sports and Technology
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Technology is contributing greatly to the growth of the global sports industry, which today is estimated at $114 billion. Innovations designed to improve the game-day experience, engage fans, and distribute sports content on multiple platforms have all led to substantial increases in revenues from gate receipts, sponsorships, and media rights. Sport Techie covers the most important developments of those technologies and more.