Our mission...

...is to enable access to sports content and insight for every team, player, coach and fan. Using technology, we enable any sports team to easily create and distribute content and data, whether that be for development, scouting, recruiting, or pure entertainment. We focus on the long tail — the 10 million teams and 200 million athletes in the world whose content is not meaningfully accessible or usable.

Company milestones
  • Founded in 2016
  • Moved from New York City to San Francisco in 2018
  • Shipped first production units Fall 2018
  • 60 clubs & 300 teams across the US and growing
  • Launched Open Platform May 2019

Our killer core team.

We’re a group of experienced, dedicated software and hardware people who are passionate about sports, but more passionate about creating elegant solutions to solve complex problems.

The advisement team we lean on.

aaron bobick

Dean of Engineering & Applied Sciences

Professor Bobick joined Washington University in St. Louis as Dean on the School of Engineering & Applied Science and the James M. McKelvey Professor, July 1, 2015 after 16 years at Georgia Tech. His primary research focuses on action recognition by computer vision and is considered a pioneer in the field. Prior to joining the Georgia Tech faculty, he served as a member of the MIT Media Laboratory faculty. He has also found several successful startups, is a distinguished scientist of the Association of Computing Machinery, and was elected a Fellow of the IEEE in 2014.

Kirk lacob

Assistant GM, Golden State Warriors

Kirk is currently in his fourth season as assistant general manager for the Golden State Warriors and his sixth season overall in the team’s front office. Lacob joined the Warriors in October 2010 as the team’s director of basketball operations.

Since Kirk joined the Warriors, he has helped bring home three NBA championships -- 2015, 2017, and 2018. Golden State's six NBA championships are tied for third-most in NBA history with the Chicago Bulls, and behind only the Boston Celtics (17) and Los Angeles Lakers (16).

Keisuke honda

Japanese professional footballer

Keisuke Honda is a Japanese professional soccer player who plays for Australian club Melbourne Victory (formerly Pachuca and AC Milan), the Japanese national team, and coaches the Cambodia national soccer team. Keisuke Honda is the first Japanese player to score in three FIFA World Cups (2010, 2014, and 2018).

Keisuke is an active technology and sports investor and recently launched the Dreamers Fund with actor Will Smith.


This is great.

It’s seriously easier than uploading videos to YouTube, man.”