Betegy-owned global content and data generation system, IMPACT, has announced its latest partnership has expanded its proprietary content platform with DDSports Inc for NCAA men’s and women’s basketball broadcasts.
Having already been utilised for the 2021 NCAA Mountain West Tournament in Las Vegas, ShotTracker is a ‘revolutionary’ sports technology that captures player performance data via sensors and provides instant statistics and analytics.
The latest partnership is now set to expand content creation and visualisation via ShotTracker’s elite-level real time analytics, with the company’s patented technology able to track data in three parts, via a ShotTracker-enabled ball, sensors on players’ jerseys and court sensors.
Co-Founder and President, Davyeon Ross, explained “ShotTracker’s open APIs allow our partners to take our data and deliver engaging content to a growing audience of consumers and media customers.
“This partnership with IMPACT will help us expand access to our data to even more media platforms, not just in the US but around the world. This is a great way for us to grow our reach at a time when engagement in data content is at a premium for consumers, media companies and broadcasters.”
Serviced by IMPACT’s rendering engine, the collaborative platform pulls live data from each of ShotTracker’s feeds to create media content for all US broadcast channels and platforms.
Using the latest in machine learning algorithms, Betegy’s IMPACT enables users to turn complex sports data and odds into engaging graphics, animations, banners, widgets and texts with speed and efficiency.
“ShotTracker and IMPACT provide an ideal combination,” added IMPACT and Betegy CEO, Alex Kornilov. “Our partnership, which has grown thanks to our successful and well-received Mountain West collaboration, opens new pathways for more immersive sports content on any platform.
“By matching real time, sub-second data from ShotTracker and our visualisation engine, we entertain fans with advanced contextual stats, bringing them even more deeply into the experience.”