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Now Playing, the company that makes sports analytics software, will soon be selling its latest product to marketers in the United States and around the world.
The Sports Analytics Suite, which includes an online tracking tool, a dashboard, and analytics tools, will be available from Amazon this summer for $99 a year.
The suite will also be available in the U.K. and Australia in 2019.
Amazon has previously partnered with a number of sports leagues to create its sports analytics suite.
The suite, which Amazon describes as the “largest sports analytics platform ever made,” includes a tracking tool that shows how often a player or team scores, how many runs they’ve made, how much runs they scored, and how many times a team scored.
It also includes a dashboard that displays statistics for all of the players, and can analyze a team’s performance.
A company spokesperson told TechCrunch that the suite will be used by sports marketing companies, which have traditionally used analytics tools for advertising and marketing purposes.
The company’s product is designed for businesses to create a personalized experience, with a focus on delivering tailored results.
Sports analytics tools have become more common in the sports industry in recent years.
A number of major leagues are using analytics tools to monitor their players, including the NBA, MLB, and NHL.
In 2018, the NBA hired Sports Analytics Labs to develop a sports analytics tool that uses a proprietary algorithm to create statistical data for its games.
The Seattle Seahawks were the first team to use analytics software to monitor a player’s performance, as well as to figure out how often they’d be involved in a play.
That led to the creation of the Seahawks’ data-based analytics system, which is now used by teams around the league.
The Seahawks’ Sports Analytics System.
(AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)Now Playing: The Seahawks will soon use the tool to track the play in questionNow Playing, ESPN is partnering with Sports Analytics to build an online dashboard that will allow viewers to see the stats behind each play in a live-streamed video.
The tool, which will be part of the ESPN app, will show all plays, including missed field goals, missed field-goal attempts, and other stats related to each play.
The analytics tool will also display the number of time each play was called, and the number and type of plays called.
The dashboard will be made available to all viewers, including users who watch the game through ESPN.com and its apps.