Tuesday December 1, 2020

Crowdsight has eye on ball for trial at Ireland’s crunch clash

The concept is around capturing the story of the fan experience

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

6th November, 2016
John Fennessy, founder of Crowdsight, with Liam Murray of YBIG and Mehdi Fathallah, Crowdsight PIc: Maura Hickey

Fan engagement and analytics business Crowdsight is engaging in the first public trial of its software at the Austria v Ireland game in Vienna on Saturday.

The Dublin-based start-up is partnering with fan association You Boys in Green (YBIG) to offer a rewards system for fans making the trip.

“The concept is around capturing the story of the fan experience... The experience is unique, you are in a different country with a bunch of your...

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