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Sportego are delighted to announce Venue Inc. as our official partner for the Fan Engagement Conference in Dublin’s Aviva…
- Congrats to our client @LutonTown on their promotion to the Championship. What a time to be a Hatters fan. Back to back promotions.
- If anyone has 5 mins to spare! https://twitter.com/comealoid/status/1117745473748652033
- After studying fan aggression at sporting events, researchers recommend 'leveraging the potential, but often neglec… https://twitter.com/i/web/status/1112632561963098112
- Good to see Sportego included for their work. Thanks @GISALEGEND https://twitter.com/NFG_eSports/status/1109926593244352512
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Facebook is continually tweaking their famous newsfeed “algorithm”, and those changes go unheralded and unnoticed by all but the…
In this week’s Fan Engagement Podcast, we spoke to Jim O’Toole from Sports Interim about Rights Holders, Fan Engagement and…
Clubs and their prospective partners are like people looking for love, and data is the matchmaker which puts them together
Sports fans know what they want and when they want to view it, and so it is up to broadcasters to meet those expectations, whether they be traditional outlets such as Sky Sports, or new entrants to that market such as Amazon. That is especially the case for younger sports fans who have grown up with on demand entertainment, accompanied by their social media feed. That was the view expressed by Mark Cuban, the owner of the Dallas Mavericks and an influential tech investor, on an All-Star panel in Beverley Hills yesterday. He was joined on that stage by Jeffrey Blackburn, senior vice president of worldwide business development at Amazon and David Zaslav, CEO of Discovery Communications.