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Blue Star Sports Rebrands To Stack Sports, Announces Multi-Year Strategic Alliance With Mastercard

May 21, 2018

Blue Star Sports, the largest and fastest-growing global provider of sports technology, today announced it will immediately begin operating under the new name Stack Sports. The rebrand signifies a continued focus on transforming the entire sports industry, from youth to elite, across multiple team and individual sports, on a truly global scale.

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Blue Star Sports Announces Five Acquisitions And Launch Of New Connect Suite Of Products

February 19, 2018

Blue Star Sports, the largest and fastest growing global provider of sports technology, today announced the acquisition of five companies (TEAMINN, Crazy Raise, Eclipse Timing, Skyhawks Sports, eCamps Sports Network) and the launch of Blue Star Sports Connect, its next generation league management software platform.

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MLL Names Krossover League’s First Video Analytics Partner

February 05, 2018

Major League Lacrosse (MLL) announced today that Krossover will be the first official video breakdown and analytics company of MLL. Krossover has provided highly detailed video analysis for professional sports teams since 2010.

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BLUE STAR SPORTS WINS SportTechie AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING INVESTOR

SportTechie Award

December 13, 2017

Investment dollars are flowing into the sports technology industry at a rapidly increasing rate. Athletes, traditional venture capitalists and team owners have invested in or acquired dozens of sports technology companies this year. But one group in particular stood out for making an aggressive play to reshape the burgeoning youth sports industry with technology.

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BLUE STAR SPORTS IS GOBBLING UP STARTUPS FOR A DIGITAL YOUTH SPORTS EMPIRE

September 18, 2017

In about a year and a half, Stack Sports has become a force in the youth sports industry, with ties to some of the biggest names in professional sports. It is based at The Star, the Cowboys’ glitzy Frisco headquarters. It has raised more than $200 million in funding from private equity firms, Jerry Jones’ family and the NFL’s investment arm. And it has snapped up 18 companies spanning the country and the globe.

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