Web traffic records are rewritten every four years for one event and one event only: the World Cup. Russia 2018 will be no different. Over a billion people watched the 2014 final, and the month-long event reached an audience of 3.2 billion over 98,087 hours of broadcast. We’ve waited four long years for the event […]
The evolution of a big-money MVP’s plate approach, and the building of a playoff team with repurposed tools. Hitting the ball in the air for one slugger versus hitting the ball on the ground for another. Pitch simplification in Arizona versus pitch creativity in Milwaukee and New York. There isn’t always a definitive answer to […]
March Madness doesn’t discriminate against the casual fan nor the only-if-in-an-office-pool college basketball viewer. Combine the new audience the NCAA Tournament draws with the established college hoops junkies, and the opportunities to generate new and future revenue increase exponentially. In other words, your audience is everyone. There is a growing demand from such a unique, […]
NBA 2017-18: Using STATS’ industry-leading NBA data for an advanced look into the offseason shakeup and the pursuit of Golden State.
Why did Bill Belichick spend money on a running back? How does toxic differential explain the Patriots’ latest Super Bowl victory? And – hold on a second – what is toxic differential? How valuable was Mike Evans? What does DeSean Jackson do for him and Jameis Winston? What makes Aaron Rodgers – well – Aaron […]
STATS commissioned the Northwestern University McCormick School of Engineering’s Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science to provide the industry’s first independent measurement study of live sports data feed services with an emphasis on speed and accuracy. STATS’ data feeds were evaluated by Northwestern with direct access before STATS and two competitors – one North […]