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First images: ABB FIA Formula E Championship Gen2 car for 2018-19 season
Autoweek--The ABB FIA Formula E Championship on Tuesday unveiled images of its fully electric Gen2 car that will be used for the next three seasons in the series, beginning with this fall's start to the 2018-19 season.
The car -- the first created by a governing body -- features what is believed to be nearly double the energy storage capacity and double the range of the current cars used in the series, meaning the teams and drivers will complete a full race distance at without making a midrace car swap.
New Orleans Saints, Pelicans making switch to SeatGeek as primary ticketing platform
The New Orleans Advocate--New Orleans sports are headed to SeatGeek. The online ticketing company has announced a deal to become the primary ticketing platform for the Saints and Pelicans. The deal is the first of its kind for the company in the NFL and NBA.
“Our number one priority is our fans, therefore we are partnering with SeatGeek to deliver the absolute best ticketing experience,” said New Orleans Saints and Pelicans President Dennis Lauscha in the release. “We are extremely proud of this partnership.”
Causeway Media raises $207.3 mln for second venture fund
PE Hub--Causeway Media Partners has raised $207.3 million for a second venture fund, according to a filing with the SEC.
The firm, which invests in sports media and sports technology companies, had initially targeted $175 million, according to an earlier filing.
SAINT LUKE'S NEW MHEALTH PLATFORM IS PROVING POPULAR WITH PATIENTS
mHealth Intelligence--Saint Luke’s Health System saw a 30 percent increase in patient access to the Epic MyChart portal after consolidating its mHealth apps onto one platform.
To Debe Gash, the 10-hospital, Kansas City-based health system’s Chief Information Officer, this means patients are eager to access the health system on mobile devices.
flosports offers fans new way to stream big ten network content
SportTechie--College sports can arguably be some of the most exciting sports to watch, however they are not always accessible — especially the Olympic and non-revenue sports. Now, the Big Ten Network is trying to do something about that and has partnered with FloSports on a four-year agreement that provides the subscription-based streaming sports platform with the distribution rights to more than 1,000 non-televised Big Ten Conference events.