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Hey Sports Tech Fans,
Another short one from me this week as we begin to see sports return with the UFC hosting UFC 249 in Florida, where sports are deemed essential.
I am busy working in the background to improve things for this community, so expect some news soon!
Have a great sporting weekend!
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The Milwaukee Brewers have selected online gaming operator Monkey Knight Fight to be the club’s official and exclusive daily fantasy sports site. The company will receive branding displayed at Miller Park and on the team’s online assets.
By Columnist 2:47 PM Some Las Vegas sportsbooks will be back in business this week, opening their apps for wagering for the first time since mid-March, when they were shut down by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Washington Capitals are the first NHL team to see their players create their own podcast series. Forwards Nic Dowd and Garnet Hathaway recently launched Between Two Blue Lines, generating nearly 35,300 listens through 10 episodes.
Italian coffee brand Lavazza and the U.K.’s Arsenal Football Club rolled out a web-based augmented reality (AR) experience for soccer fans who miss the sport during pandemic lockdowns. The brands are working on the month-long campaign with AR developer Blippar, per an announcement shared with Mobile Marketer.
The QL Gaming Group, which provides sports betting data and analytics to consumers, media companies and sportsbooks, has raised $1.1 million in funding, and acquired Finnish sports simulation company Accuscore.
The naming-rights space could emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic with tech-driven mobile delivery services putting themselves in a greater position to place their names on arenas and stadiums, consultants said.
The Premier League clubs clarified some of the terms for ‘Project Restart’ in a four-hour video conference on Friday, that will likely be to put to a vote next week in order to finally get football going. The possibility of neutral grounds was one of the most debated topics, with some clubs still having reservations. The decision to end the Ligue 1 season was discussed,
What we’re all enduring these days, each in our own way from sickness to mere boredom, is a worldwide natural disaster — the biological viral kind, rather than an earthquake, hurricane, multimillion-acre wildfire, flood or drought.