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Stats Perform transforms Sports Media Content Creation with PressBox Platform

PressBox platform enables media to capture moments that matter for sports fans to boost subscription numbers and maximize ad revenue.

Today, Stats Perform, the sports tech leader in data and AI, announced expanded capabilities in its PressBox platform that gives media a streamlined set of tools powered by AI to deliver high quality content to fans. Enhancements to PressBox Graphics, PressBox Live and PressBox Video enable access to data, historical context and mobile content creation on an integrated platform to meet the demands of modern-day sports fans.

The PressBox platform enables broadcasters, social media teams and content creators to access live match data, edit video highlights and create social graphics before during and after the game in a single platform. The suite is the culmination of Stats Perform’s heritage, expertise and innovative vision to utilize AI alongside the company’s depth and breadth of Opta data.

“PressBox is the platform for sports media content creators to deliver the best experiences to sports fans,” said Nancy Hensley, Chief Product and Marketing Officer at Stats Perform. “With this offering, Stats Perform continues to drive transformative value and lead industry innovation, capturing the moments that matter to meet the demands of today’s fan.”

PressBox is the only unified, AI-powered platform designed specifically for sports media content creators to enable groundbreaking narratives that drive fan engagement, boost subscriptions and maximize commercial opportunities. The platform unifies PressBox Graphics, PressBox Live and PressBox Video with Stats Perform’s Opta data and AI-driven applications, supplying all the tools broadcast and media teams need to boost productivity, create large-scale content and break unique stories faster. It houses all these essential tools with a single sign-on feature.  PressBox’s global users continue to rely on PressBox to help them engage their fans and tell great stories with over 20,000 logins per month.

As part of Stats Perform’s Moments That Matter product showcase event earlier today, Stats Perform explored expanded capabilities in the platform, including:

• PressBox Graphics added PressBox Graphics Mobile, an industry-first mobile graphics creation functionality that allows creators to leverage data, create and amplify content by sharing with colleagues, influencer networks, athlete groups, sports fans and more– all via a mobile device.
• PressBox Live included PressBox Live for NFL and NCAA football coverage, enhanced contextualized insights via a live data stream and provides direct access to Stat Perform’s award-winning data editorial team for fast data and insights.
• PressBox Video expanded its in-platform editing capabilities, increased access to global sports video content and included a new pay-as-you-go premium sports video plan.

These enhancements simplify workflows and increase access to the assets sports media content creators need to engage sports fans. New application functionalities also reduce the time, effort and complexity it takes to bring meaningful moments, videos, graphics, sports and stories to market.

“There is nothing else on the market that matches the capabilities of the PressBox platform,” said Paul Every, Vice President of Product at Stats Perform. “We know the modern-day fan wants timely, relevant, quick and easy to consume content. The challenges for media broadcasters and publishers is identifying the key storylines, from the key moments, and then bringing them to life. PressBox not only identifies the key storylines, but it also gives customers the tools to publish them to their audience is engaging ways.”

To watch the virtual announcement, click here. For more information on Stats Perform’s PressBox platform and recent enhancements visit here.

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