STATS, the world leader in sports intelligence, has created a new tracking and analysis method that has powerful applications in terms of determining the future success of sports teams. Using 3D mapping to plot players’ every movement, each shot, step, dunk, or pass can be captured in detail not seen before. This data tells the full story of the game – which position had the highest likelihood of scoring points, why a certain style was successful or how a blocked pass could be avoided in the future.
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STATS became the leader in sports intelligence by being the pioneer of live sports data. We strive to continue to innovate in the sports industry and our latest effort has focused on the design of our new products. STATS has engaged with our customers and partners in Design Thinking during the creation of our new products to gather instant feedback.
Gone are the days of offenses dominating the major leagues. We’ve moved from the high-scoring, PED-fueled era of the early 2000s to a game that’s more focused on power pitching, specialized bullpens and a shift (often quite literally) in defensive intelligence. After scoring reached an all-time high with more than 10 runs per game in 1999 and 2000, it settled well below 9.0 per since 2010 before finishing just a shade under that last year.
As the saying goes, “Numbers don’t lie,” right? It turns out that phrase isn’t wholly true, especially when those numbers are telling a story concerning sports. Take the 2014 FIFA World Cup match between Germany and Brazil. While Germany took home the win, Brazil far outstripped them in total shots, shots on target, saves, dangerous […]
Before the season began, the Warriors (86 percent) and the Cavs (48 percent) had the best chances of earning the top seeds in their respective conferences, per FiveThirtyEight. As of February 17, right before All-Star weekend, both teams’ probabilities had increased to 95 percent and 77 percent. The highly desired NBA Finals rematch was looking promising.
STATS and Budweiser brought the game changing viewing experience to SXSW where more than 300 people watched the Toronto Maple Leafs beat the Carolina Hurricanes 3-2 in overtime and the Tampa Bay Lightning win 3-2 against the Florida Panthers. The 300 Goal-Synced Glasses lit up 10 times during the games creating an exciting atmosphere for the SXSW crowd.
STATS, the global leader in sports intelligence, helps brands find the winning edge in fan engagement. STATS developed fan engagement solutions for Men’s College Basketball Championship Tournament for several of STATS partners, including Allstate and theScore. Both games have tipped-off for the 2017 tournament to engage all college basketball fans. The Allstate Bracket Predictor gives […]
STATS, the global leader in sports intelligence and the pioneer of live sports data, will participate in the SXSW panel titled Interactive Sports Analytics: Empowering Domain Experts in Austin on Saturday, March 11 at 12:30 pm. Director of Data Science Dr. Patrick Lucey will represent STATS in the panel discussion about the current state and […]
The Momentum Sports Marketing Symposium has become a must-attend for anyone involved in sports marketing and sponsorship. Throughout the two-day event held there were dozens of insightful panels, presentations and discussions about the current and future state of sports marketing. We walked away with five compelling things that could have a big impact. Millennials are NOT […]
Football is such a diverse sport with numerous tactics, unique scenarios and systems of playing. In order to capture the different ways a team plays, STATS have developed a framework that captures the playing style of a team throughout a match. The framework has moved away from the traditional accumulations of single events to provide […]