Fantag Teams Up With TeamSnap To Bring Video Highlights To TeamSnap Live

Partnership with Fantag gives spectators ability to instantly record and share video across TeamSnap platforms

BOULDER, COLO – Sharing video highlights during the game is now possible for any spectator. TeamSnap, the household name in integrated sports management, announced today it is partnering with Fantag, a pioneer in video highlight technology, to debut video highlights on its popular TeamSnap Live! platform for the first time this fall.

TeamSnap Live!, which allows fans to stay connected to the game experience through real-time sharing of scores, photos, play-by-plays and sideline banter, will now enable spectators to record, tag key plays and share video clips instantly with teammates, coaches, family and friends.

"Capturing and sharing video from a game — particularly the special highlights — has always been a disjointed, time-consuming process that required a volunteer to film, edit and then figure out how to send large files to the team days after the game," said Terri Schmier, Chief Product Officer, TeamSnap. "Even when amazing plays were captured by a spectator, they have almost never been shared. It has just been too hard. Now, with our Fantag integration, anyone on the sidelines or in the stands can record video, tag the exciting plays and instantly share highlights through TeamSnap Live! during the game."

TeamSnap's new video capability is powered by Fantag, whose technology makes capturing highlights from live video possible with just a tap of a button. Fantag's easy-to-use interface will be tightly integrated into TeamSnap giving coaches, players and parents instant access to record, tag and share highlight videos.

"We are really excited to partner with TeamSnap to help parents and other users capture video of those special moments in youth sports," said John Stone, CEO at Fantag. “Our technology complements TeamSnap Live!perfectly by providing users with the ability to easily capture video and share it instantly with friends, family and teammates.”

Corey Neal