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SEATGEEK JOINS NFL TICKET SELLERS IN BUDDING 'OPEN' MODEL
SeatGeek is becoming a distribution partner of the National Football League, putting the mobile-first startup alongside larger rivals Ticketmaster and StubHub in the league's new approach to ticketing.
The partnership lets New York City-based SeatGeek, a relative newcomer to the industry, sell verified NFL tickets through its own marketplace starting this year. That could include primary tickets sold directly from clubs as well as resale tickets listed by fans, inventory simultaneously listed through the other companies.
TAG Heuer extends partnership with Formula E
Formula E and TAG Heuer today announced the extension of its long-standing partnership as official timekeeping partner of the ABB FIA Formula E Championship.
The Swiss watchmaker – a manufacturer of luxury timepieces and a pioneer in motorsport sponsorship for over 50 years – has been closely involved with Formula E since the very beginning as a founding partner.
Causeway Media Partners Raises $211.3 Million Fund
PR Newswire--Causeway Media Partners, a growth-stage venture capital firm focused on sports media, sports technology, and related companies, today announced the closing of Causeway Media Partners II with $211.3 million in capital commitments, exceeding its $175 million target.
"We are excited to launch our second fund and to continue investing in the success of some of the world's best growth-stage sports media and technology focused companies," said Wyc Grousbeck, Causeway co-founder and the lead owner of the Boston Celtics.
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.