FOX Sports Partners with Sportradar for Data

FOX Sports will team sports data provider Sportradar in what it says is an attempt to push the boundaries of data-driven sports coverage. Sportradar is developing new research tools, data products and machine learning technology that will enable FOX Sports broadcasters to bolster in-game and digital content with real-time and historic sports data via API, the network said in a press release.

FOX Sports has partnered sports data provider Sportradar to utilize new tools and redefine data-driven sports coverage.

Sportradar is developing new research tools, data products and machine learning technology that will enable FOX Sports broadcasters to bolster in-game and digital content with real-time and historic sports data via API, the network said in a press release.

The partnership makes Fox Sports one of the first U.S. networks to expand sports league content within Sportradar’s cutting-edge research platform, Radar360, the release said.

“Sportradar is obsessed with the fan experience, and driven by the opportunity to be a good partner to today’s sports storytellers,” said Steve Byrd, head of global strategic partnerships for SportRadar in the release. “Media partners use our turnkey services to tell unique, data-driven stories. With these expanded capabilities, it will be even easier to comprehend trends and produce amazing content for pre-, in-, and post-game consumption.”

Related Articles

Subscribe to Newsletter

Sign up to receive the latest online gaming and sports betting promotions, news, and information.

History Playbook

On This Day In Sports History

February 20, 1988 — South Carolina blows a 14-point lead and loses 98-88 to Louisville in double overtime at the Carolina Coliseum in Columbia.

On This Day In Sports History

February 21, 1993 — The West outlasts the East 135-132 in the NBA All-Star Game at the Delta Center in Salt Lake City. Michael Jordan (Bulls) is the leading scorer with 30 points for the East.