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ShotTracker Secures An Additional $2m Financing From Hearst Ventures
ShotTracker Continues To Expand And Accelerate Company Capabilities And Partnerships; Funding Will Continue the Advanced Product Development for the Company's Offering to Media Platforms as Well as NCAA Partner Schools, New Business Opportunities
"We are proud to have brought on Hearst Ventures as our latest investment partner," said ShotTracker Chief Executive Officer Bill Moses. "Their expertise and knowledge of the media partnerships space will be pivotal as we refine and grow not just our offering to NCAA men's and women's basketball programs, but to broadcast partners as well. That broadcast integration has been the most requested element for our technology and we feel will be a key for our growth in the coming years."
"Our goal with ShotTracker from day one is to go beyond the work we do with our partner schools," said ShotTracker Co-Founder and President Davyeon Ross. "This investment, on top of our work with Evertz and Verizon Ventures, gives us a much wider runway and a greater opportunity for scaling success of our business going forward. We will continue to focus on our platform for NCAA men's and women's basketball, but additional opportunities are now coming into focus that will make this partnership very important for us."
"ShotTracker's autonomous, low-latency data collection is giving broadcasters, fans and other sports data consumers unprecedented insights in real time," said Hearst Ventures Managing Director David Famolari, who will also be joining ShotTracker's board of directors. "We see this as key to innovating the viewing experience and delivering data-driven storylines and visualizations that bring fans into the action in new and compelling ways. Bill, Davyeon and the ShotTracker team are leading the industry in developing technology to make unique sports data immediately actionable across a range of use cases."
ShotTracker currently brings elite-level, real-time analytics to the court. The company's patented technology tracks data in three parts: a ShotTracker-