Thuuz Sports, the most powerful automated video highlights production platform for worldwide sports, today announced their February Top 10 most exciting games across all broadcast sports events. While the Patriots Super Bowl win and the NBA and NHL All-Star Games missed the list, the NBA and college hoops dominated for the second month of the year, with both Miami Heat vs Golden State Warriors matchups making the list. LSU was on the list twice, winning two nail-biters, and three Boston games made the Top 10.
"How can we make sports more exciting?" Warren Packard, Co-founder and CEO of Thuuz, created algorithms to measure the excitement level of sporting events around the round. Using STATS' play-by-play feed, Thuuz can send out alerts to fans, pulling them into exciting games.
Thuuz Sports, the most powerful automated video highlights production platform for worldwide sports, today announced a new monthly feature measuring the most exciting games across all broadcast sports events. Using their custom designed algorithms to measure real-time event excitement, Thuuz will provide a unique look into what games have gotten fans the most excited and engaged as 2019 rolls along. In January, the two NFL League Championship overtime thrillers led the top ten, followed by the NHL matchup between the San Jose Sharks and Washington Capitals. The NBA’s Oklahoma City Thunder and the Houston Rockets were the only two teams to make it on to the list twice for the month, and two men’s college basketball games also cracked the list.
More interested in watching the Puppy Bowl than the Super Bowl, but don’t want to miss out on the big plays? Thuuz is your tool for catching the big Super Bowl moments without having to watch the whole game. Thuuz delivers real-time alerts so you know when things are really heating up!
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CES week saw one of the key discussions in sports media, in addition to gambling, center around how machine learning would impact the fan experience. Cynopsis caught up with Warren Packard, CEO of THUUZ Sports, the Bay Area sports tech company that has created measurable “excitement ratings” for media companies, built the automated highlights machine for FOX Sports for the World Cup and works with NBC Sports, Eleven Sports, the NFL and many others on everything from custom automated highlights for fans to the concept of “Catchup to Live” for those with short attention spans and a need to watch a live game where and when they want it, to ask about what the value, and the worry is, for machine leaning and media companies.
Thuuz Sports, the fast growing leader in automated sports video highlights production to help redefine and enhance the viewing experience for business partners and consumers of sport worldwide, today unveiled the most exciting teams and matches from the just completed NFL regular season.
"When people say ‘the excitement was palpable,’ we can now verify it!” - Warren Packard, CEO
Thuuz enables personalized clips, highlight reels, and condensed games of any duration, any perspective, involving any set of plays, players, fantasy rosters, narratives, and themes.
Wayne Sieve, EVP for Thuuz, joined Sports Business Radio to discuss digital media and how Thuuz has partnered with Fox Sports and IBM to create the Fox Sports FIFA World Cup Highlight Machine.
As FOX launched its World Cup digital strategy with great fanfare, a Bay Area tech company was quietly taking another step in helping media companies.
Thuuz considers dozens of inputs, from statistics and play-by-play to betting lines and social chatter, to evaluate the action and produce its overall excitement ratings as well as create the custom highlights.
Fox Sports' FIFA World Cup Highlight Machine launched earlier this month, incorporating highlights from 300 archive games, and will offer action from the 2018 tournament in Russia.
Getting the right stats on screen, ensuring that feeds are working across all platforms — this body of work is where Thuuz is a great addition to the Watson Media ecosystem.
There is a way to measure the breathtaking moments, brought to us by the folks at Bay Area based Thuuz.
"Action is evaluated based on six traits — pace, parity, novelty, momentum, social buzz and context."
Wayne Sieve, EVP for Thuuz, joined Cynopsis Sports to talk fan excitement, community engagement, and the sources of data that Thuuz utilizes in developing customized highlights.
Miss a few minutes of an NFL game? Thuuz not just ‘catch-you-up’ when you log in but will provide the custom highlights of what you missed without any scrolling or searching.
“This agreement with Thuuz Sports will give fans the ability to customize and enjoy their favorite teams, league and athletes where they want, and on whatever device they choose.”
Major sports ratings are falling on broadcast and pay television as fans use YouTube to catch up on games they miss. A new highlight reel solution from Thuuz could help bring those sports fans back to television.