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

@emmetjryan
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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