Seize the play.
Fantag was founded on the simple idea that teams and organizations want an easier way to identify, capture and share important video moments with all their audiences. Never miss an important moment again.
Record, Tag and Do More With Your Video
When someone records to Fantag…
Whether your team has a regular videographer, or some dedicated volunteers, all you need is a video champion to capture all or parts of your event to Fantag, and everyone benefits.
Everyone gets instant highlights…
When someone videos to Fantag, all your coaches, parents, athletes and fans can access that footage through the Fantag app to create and share instant video highlights directly from their phones.
And teams can do more with their video.
Additionally, all that video footage gets stored centrally, which gives your team lots of possibilities for making the most out of your video: highlight reels, monetization options and more.
“We use Fantag at every home game…the kids really enjoy doing it and it creates a lot of opportunity to get video we wouldn’t have had otherwise.”
– Brina Jope, Center High School, Antelope, CA
If you're a parent whose ever missed a kid's game or event, there's a free app you can download to your phone to get all the highlights -- and it was created in Sacramento.
It's called Fantag and it works with high schools nationwide to give you instant replays and video highlights directly to your phone. Teams, schools, organizations pay a subscription and then users can share highlights, clips, replays and reels.
Whether at the youth level or high school level, capturing those special moments on the playing field has proved to be incredibly important to many. Now, sharing those moments is as easy as using an app installed on your smartphone.
"It's a vehicle to deliver all those great plays that you're already capturing to an audience who is really eager to get that content," said Brian Dombrowski, co-founder of Fantag.
SACRAMENTO COUNTY, Calif. (KCRA) —
Center High School is among the first schools to incorporate patented technology as part of its curriculum for the school's broadcasting class to make school events more interactive for students, parents and fans.
Brina Jope's class was also one of the first to test the Fantag app within school settings.
Sacramento-based smartphone video streaming app company Fantag has partnered with Sinclair Broadcast Group Inc. to allow Fantag's users to make instant highlights of high school football games across the country.
Baltimore-based Sinclair (Nasdaq: SBGI) owns or operates 191 television stations in 89 markets.
Sacramento-based smartphone video streaming app company Fantag has partnered with TeamSnap, a sports app with 20 million users.
Access to the Boulder, Colorado-based TeamSnap’s customers is a huge step in getting Fantag in front of potential users, said Lynn Elliott, vice president of marketing for Fantag.
Sacramento smartphone video streaming app company Fantag has signed a five-year agreement to be the official video highlight and instant replay provider for the governing body for high school sports in California.
Mobile video technology company Fantag has announced that it is partnering with Telestream on a video solution that enables fans to instantly capture, replay, and share moments from multiple angles with a tap on their mobile phones.
Mobile video platform Fantag has inked a partnership with Sacramento Republic FC to allow fans to stream the soccer team's game highlights using Fantag’s app, beginning this summer.
At a bustling press conference in January at I/O Labs’ new space on J and 7th with the Sacramento economic development power elite, Fantag CEO Brian Dombrowski took the stage, addressing multiple film crews and scores of Sacramento’s movers and shakers to introduce his young startup to the community, celebrate their relocation from the Bay Area, and talk about their pioneering mobile video technology that enables people at live events to capture, replay, and share their favorite moments, with a simple tap on their mobile phones.
Sports fans know how difficult it can be to capture “the moment.” You know what I’m talking about. THE goal. THE fight. THE game-changing play or epic winning celebration. But in an era of rapidly advancing technology, this struggle could soon be history.