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SportsDataIO's unique combination of content feeds and products allows us to offer custom-tailored solutions for back-office intelligence and front-end pages. From in-season/game updates to team trends to historical datasets, the possibilities are endless. Read on to learn how we are helping ecommerce platforms increase their sell-through.
StubHub came online in 2000 by providing a ticket exchange for buyers and sellers on the new world wide web. Just seven years later, they were acquired by eBay for $300 million and quickly earned their spot as the preeminent online destination of after-market tickets for all sports and entertainment events in North America. StubHub had a need to organize the sporting events offered to their users by having a reliable data feed that offered real-time monitoring of schedules. We were able to plug our schedules feeds across all sports into their ecommerce platform, allowing StubHub the ability to get instantaneous league schedules when they are initially released and live updates for all status changes such as postponements and cancellations. In 2020, StubHub was acquired again by Viagogo for $4B, allowing the international ticket broker to grab an immediate foothold into the US market.
Costco started with humble beginnings in 1976, and over the decades has grown to be the fifth largest retailer in the world, and a #10 spot on the Fortune 500 list, by offering their members-only shoppers a destination to find bulk discounted products and a brand loyalty that's unrivaled to their competitors. CostCo came to us with a desire to better understand shopping behavior leading up to major sporting events for store locations in and around home team markets where games were being played. We were able to provide a plethora of historical and in-season data for their data science teams, such as schedules, team trends & streaks, and predictive analytics, to model against store sales. This offered their teams the ability to anticipate product demand and capitalize on product placement for those store locations in home team markets.
Founded in 1995 as a brick-and-mortar storefront in Jacksonville, Florida, Fanatics came online in 2000 with a vision to become the go-to destination for fans looking for licensed sportswear, equipment and merchandise. Fanatics approached us with a desire to better track the movement of players between teams in order to power their internal ecommerce systems. SportsDataIO provides them with our Teams & Players feed, among others, across all major North American leagues. This has given them the ability to ensure player products are offered under the correct teams, and anticipate player movements in order to plan future inventory strategies. Twenty years after launching their first online store, Fanatics and its various other online brands have official deals with every major US sports governing body, and estimated sales of 2.5B per year.