World’s top leagues, competition organisers, and federations keep investing in official sports data. How are they using the data? Why is this so important for them? What are its key benefits? Replay STATSCORE‘s webinar to find answers to these questions!
How to use official sports data to boost a league’s turnover? webinar, presented by Radosław Firlej, Business Development Manager at STATSCORE, offered useful tips and ideas in that subject.
Learn more about:
- what is the role of sports data for sports leagues and competitions?
- why is it important to have control over official sports data?
- who is the owner of the official data and who benefits from it?
- what are the main benefits of the data?
- how can the data boost your turnover?
If you missed it, here’s the full recording!
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