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Game Changers
By Clint Vojdinoski, Editor at Bullpen Media   One of the world’s most exciting sports tech businesses is Israeli based WSC Sports. At the core of the company’s global growth is their smart video creation platform which uses artificial intelligence to scan and analyse sports broadcasts in real time to identify in-game events to generate customised video highlights of...
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By Clint Vojdinoski, Editor at Bullpen Media   The most startling problem women’s footballers have had for too long is they have had to use men’s and children’s boots which were never designed to support their feet. This lack of suitable footwear causes multiple problems, injury, reduced participation and most crucial of all enjoyment in sport drops. Melbourne startup Ida...
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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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By Clint Vojdinoski, Editor at Bullpen Media   A trio of former sports administrators and marketing executives have banded together as they saw an opportunity to get fans closer to their favourite athletes and clubs in an engaging, experience driven way. Co-founder Rod Harys, former CEO of the National Basketball League’s Sydney Kings, and his fellow co-founders Aaron...
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By Clint Vojdinoski, Editor at Bullpen Media With the increasing nature of virtual production prevalent in linear television and online broadcasting, sports commentary platform Spalk is well placed to deliver a vital solution in the production supply chain. The company’s Virtual Commentary Studio helps clients and rights holders create bespoke, remote commentary for as many markets or countries benefitting them...
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In 2017 Arminder Thind, Founder & CEO of StanceBeam stood on stage pitching as a part of the Game Changers Startup Competition at our India Sports Analytics & Technology Conference in Mumbai. StanceBeam went on to win that pitch competition, and just over one year later they have announced a partnership with global cricket brand...
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By Clint Vojdinoski, Editor at Bullpen Media So often many of us will add a sporting event into our international travel itinerary but to share that experience with a local fan makes for a unique experience. Australian founded company SportsHosts plans to power those experiences with their platform which connects travellers, both local and international, with local fans...
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By Clint Vojdinoski, Editor at Bullpen Media   Australian startup URef channelled their frustrations with the large amount of negative conversation and annoyances with referees into a platform that gives fans a centralised voice to rate a referee’s match-day performance. Their app-based platform checks the barometer of fan sentiment and emotion by asking users whether they agree with...
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By Clint Vojdinoski, Editor at Bullpen Media   Powered by a fast, easy to use scoring module, grassroots cricket app CricHeroes plans to be the central social network for cricket players and fans alike. The Ahmedabad-based startup allows amateur cricketers to live score their matches while any person can track a match on CricHeroes live, ball to ball, like an...
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By Clint Vojdinoski, Editor at Bullpen Media   Harnessing the mobility of digital, Sydney based fan engagement startup Benchvote builds digital fan activations that are limitless. The company helps clients build microsites and widgets to allow fast fan and sponsor activations. The advantage is they can respond to client changes, needs and new ideas quicker than an agency,...
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