Football coaches want every tool possible to help them make smart decisions when it comes to analyzing opponents, assessing recruits, and helping the team improve
Pundits have predicted the demise of the NFL ever since our research team published that the 110 of the first 111 former NFL players to have their brains studied at Boston University post-mortem were diagnosed with CTE, a degenerative brain disease caused by playing football.
Soccer, the sport with the highest point value in the world, has a fundamental problem when it comes to analyzing it: there are many frequent events and very few that are relevant.
The NFL entered into new ticketing partnerships at the start of the 2018 season, embracing an innovative open distribution ticketing network model to provide more verified access points for fans to buy tickets and gain a deeper understanding of season ticket members, primary and secondary ticket purchasers, and transferred tickets.
Measuring team and player performance in soccer is extremely challenging due to the continuous, low-scoring and strategic nature of the game
The San Francisco Giants are building a new foundation to support their business. Literally. The Mission Rock development will be a new mixed-use neighborhood consisting of parks, open space, residential, commercial and retail construction.
There’s an abundance of data being collected on athletes in training settings, yet without coaches and athletes being able to quickly access this information near real-time, the value and utility of this information can be greatly diminished.
Our presentation will focus on the power of location data and how sports teams can use this information to better predict fan behavior, provide more personalized fan experiences, and increase the value of sponsorships.