EVS announces the end of SportsTech Belgium program with eight promising projects

EVS has recently hosted The SportsTech Belgium Demo Day. This celebration concludes a startups accelerator program which has ended its second edition this year.

SportsTech Belgium is an innovation hub founded by Wallifornia, Agoria, EVS, and RBFA, and sponsored by Proximus, Voxdale, Total-e, and RTBF.

The goal of this program is to support and uplift promising international startups in the sports and technology industries.

The program received over 40 applications from startups globally, and the organizers had the task of selecting only 8 finalists. During 9 weeks, the finalists received one-on-one coaching from industry leaders, for guidance in various areas of expertise, and including support in developing their marketing strategies and financial proposals. The startups were also coached to prepare their 3-minute pitch, which they all delivered with confidence on stage at EVS’ premises during the Demo Day.

The developments included: Filmily (UK), SaaS platform for collecting and curating Fan-based content from events; Gamifly (France), solutions to gamify live events and broadcasts; SCARAB Sports (Belgium), data-driven technology for skillful and smart football players; Dartle (India), SaaS platform enabling the sports community to create and provide opportunities; E-Nano (UK), combining AI and Robotics to disrupt the way Sports Surfaces are managed; Fanzia (USA), a “web3-as-a-service” marketing and fanbase management DAO; HIT Coach (UK), AI martial art coach app that takes your skills to the next level; and Ultrax (Croatia), a sports science company working to understand, analyze and enhance sports performances.

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