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Stats Perform and wTVision team up for sports data and tracking

Sports data and AI technology company Stats Perform has joined forces with wTVision, a provider of real-time graphics, augmented reality solutions and playout automation, in a venture that seeks to deliver the “next generation of broadcast integration with best-in-class sports data and tracking solutions”.

The agreement solidifies over a decade of projects between Stats Perform and wTVision, whose current clients including Portuguese pay-television broadcaster Sport TV, the Confederation of African Football and international pay-television broadcaster beIN Sports.

The agreement brings together Stats Perform’s sports data and advanced tracking solutions with wTVision’s broadcast integration services including graphics, touch screen implementation, AR, intelligent scoreboard and middleware to manage data.

In addition, wTVision joins Stats Perform’s Sports Partners Intelligence Network (SPIN).

Wayne Ford, Stats Perform’s senior vice-president of global partners and channels, said: “Given our long history working together, we already have a number of innovative examples of how combining industry-leading data with next-generation broadcast solutions can create a more powerful broadcast and graphics offering.

“This partnership opens the door for several new exciting global opportunities for providers worldwide, and we are thrilled to have wTVision join the Stats Perform SPIN programme.”

Over the past month, Stats Perform has announced the appointment of Nancy Hensley as its chief product and marketing officer, secured additional content for the Watch&Bet streaming service that it offers to bookmakers worldwide, and lined up a joint international betting streaming and data rights deal for Brazilian football’s top two leagues.