SportsEngine, Inc., an NBC Sports Group company, and the leading provider of sport relationship management software, announced today it has formed a partnership with Stadia Ventures, the global Sports Innovation Hub for entrepreneurs, industry partners, investors and one of the longest-running sports tech programs in the world.
Through a unique partnership available to selected accelerators that serve the youth sports industry, SportsEngine will provide listings in the SportsEngine Marketplace to Stadia Ventures’ portfolio of companies in order to help further promote and grow their businesses.
Stadia Ventures creates an ecosystem for sports innovation growth by leveraging education, investment and global industry expertise. Through its Accelerator program, the company helps established sports and esports startups connect and thrive on a global level through the combination of business development, intensive mentoring, and networking opportunities with top sports and esports business executives in the country.
“We’re very excited to have our portfolio of companies be listed in the SportsEngine Marketplace” stated Brandon Janosky, Managing Director, Stadia Ventures. “Being featured among a who’s who of youth sports apps and services will help strengthen their brands and serve as a springboard for growth.”
SportsEngine is the leading Sports Relationship Management (SRM) platform, facilitating play for youth and amateur leagues, clubs, associations and national governing bodies and enhancing the sports lives of athletes and families across the country. Together, SportsEngine and the Marketplace offer all the tools families, coaches, and admins need to facilitate their teams and leagues.
“The partnership with Stadia Ventures is a perfect fit for the SportsEngine Marketplace," said Jody Vogelaar, VP of Marketing, SportsEngine. "It’s a great opportunity for sports technology start-ups to provide added value to SportsEngine’s youth sports audience and for leagues and families to get access to new services to support their busy sports lives.”