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Sports technology market to grow at a CAGR of 20.63%: Report

The sports technology market was valued at $8.9 billion in 2018 and is projected to reach $31.1 billion by 2024; it is expected to...

Adi Dassler Family Sports Tech Fund to target Indian start-ups

Adi Dassler Family-owned Sports Tech Fund – ADvantage – has picked up fan engagement app Rooter under its accelerator programme, as the leAD Sports...

Andy Murray invests in tennis sports-tech startup ‘Deuce’

British tennis star Andy Murray has made an investment in a UK-based tech start-up app ‘Deuce’, aiming to make the sport more accessible and...

US Soccer inks ₹10,000 crore deal to identify gen-next footballers

The United States soccer federation will e-monitor the performance of four million registered footballers in the country to identify and groom the best talent...

Israel-based crowdfunding group to invest $50m in Sports Tech startups

OurCrowd, a leading global equity crowdfunding platform based in Israel, has announced the launch of its 13th fund, ADvantage. The new $50 million fund,...

Catapult partners with Channel 9, Cricket Australia for data analytics

Catapult Group International Ltd has announced the signing of a new GPS data agreement with Channel 9, covering all eight remaining matches against England...

Nike-Google launch digital basketball training content

Nike has announced the launch of Nike Hyper Court, an on-court digital experience that unlocks basketball training content for free, without the need for...

Tata Communications to power European Golf Tour

The European Golf Tour has partnered with Tata Communications, a leading global provider of network, cloud and mobility services, to build a best-in-class global...

Toyota backs the flying-tech to light Olympic cauldron

Toyota is entering the flying-car race. The Japanese automobile major is backing a project to build a car that will light the Olympic cauldron. Fifteen...

Drone to produce spherical LED images for sports events

Japanese telecommunications company NTT Docomo has created the first drone capable of displaying LED images on a spherical screen during flight. While drones are...