Saturday, December 3, 2022

Extreme Networks and Verizon team up to boost the Anfield experience

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Extreme Networks, Inc, a leader in cloud networking, recently announced it has partnered with Verizon Business to deploy wireless connectivity solutions at Liverpool FC’s Anfield Stadium as part of Extreme’s partnership with the Premier League club. The deployment, expected to begin later this year, includes Extreme Wi-Fi 6 access points which will provide the high-quality, low latency Wi-Fi connectivity required to power memorable, engaging fan-centric experiences such as mobile ticketing, cash free concessions, shopping at the team store, video streaming, and new digital immersive experiences.

Komo Technologies appointed by the A-Leagues to enhance fan experience

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Home of Australia’s premier men’s and women’s football competitions, the A-Leagues has appointed leading audience engagement MarTech SaaS platform Komo Technologies as its fan engagement technology supplier. The technology will see the A-Leagues deepen connections with fans and reach new audiences through interactive fan engagement campaigns.

Carma announces their new one-year partnership deal with Sydney FC

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Australian end-to-end online used car platform, Carma, has announced a new one-year partnership with Sydney FC. The agreement sees Carma become Sydney FC’s Official Used Car Dealership Partner, Premium Club Partner and Official Shorts Partner, with the logo of the high-growth local scale-up taking pride of place on the back of the Sky Blues’ Men’s and Women’s shorts.

Sparkup Studios named the winner of ASTN’s Open Innovation Challenge

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The Australian Sports Technologies Network (ASTN) and Melbourne Renegades announced that Sparkup Studios has been selected as the winner of its “Pitch to the Renegades” Open Innovation Challenge. Sportstech startups got the chance to pitch ideas to the Melbourne Renegades as part of a new Open Innovation Pathway pilot program facilitated by ASTN.

Lumin Sports leverages capital raise to launch into the United States

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Lumin Sports, the Adelaide-based athlete performance and wellbeing software start-up, has successfully launched in North America, partnering with five intercollegiate programs in the United States. California State University, California Institute of Technology, Rice University, Houston Baptist University, and Norwich University are leveraging Lumin Sports’ Arc Core platform across their National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) programs.

Sydney FC extends partnership with GoTo as they move into new stadium

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GoTo, the all-in-one business communications and IT support platform, recently announced Sydney FC has extended its official partnership with the business, as GoTo has increased its commitment to the Sky Blues.

BusyFormula #043: Suzuka is Mercedes’ best shot at a race win

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After eight consecutive constructors’ titles with the only driver who’s won a race in each of his seasons, it’s no surprise that many expect Mercedes to win at least one race this season. And as we saw at Zandvoort, Mercedes came really close to winning before a strategy dilemma took the win away from them. As we get closer to the end of the season, one question becomes louder. At which track will Mercedes get their first win of the season? Personally, I think their best chance is at Suzuka.

Boost Design and eo win award for innovative swim wearable device

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Aussie based sports tech startup eo, with Boost Design, have been named the winner of the Australian Good Design Award in the sport and lifestyle section at the 2022 Good Design Australia Awards for eo SwimBETTER. eo SwimBETTER is a wearable tech created to revolutionise swimming and enhance the technique of athletes by giving coaches data.

Australian sporting greats invited to mentor the next generation of stars

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The Sport Australia Hall of Fame (SAHOF) announced the athletes selected for its 2023 Scholarship & Mentoring Program, with three Olympic gold medallists, an NBA Champion, an Australian surfing legend and a cricket great to mentor our next generation of sporting stars.

Elite scholarships put ten more athletes on the path to greatness

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Ahead of the sport’s Olympic debut at Paris 2024, 14-year-old break-dancer Jeff Dunne has been named as the youngest of 10 new recipients of a Tier 2 scholarship in Sport Australia Hall of Fame’s Scholarship & Mentoring Program. The 10 athletes, who include three Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games medallists, will each receive a grant of $5,000 plus support from SAHOF and its esteemed member base over the next 15 months.