The winners of the 2020 Sports Technology Awards, the leading global celebration of tech-led innovations in sports, have been revealed.
Among the winners were:
- Asics, for its work on real-time video delivery,
- Sunset+Vine, for its ground-breaking broadcast of the INEOS 1:59 Challenge, and
- F1 Esports, which walked off with two accolades, one for its innovative use of esports to engage fans and a second trophy marking its outstanding work for highly technical fan insights.
The ceremony, which was streamed virtually, attracted a worldwide audience of over 1,000 industry figures, which included Olympians, World Cup winners, sports coaches, directors of sports federations, and significant figures from the business of sports.
Held annually, the Sports Technology Awards recognises greatness across the board in sports and the way they utilise technology to enhance the experience for fans and participants alike. Entries in other categories came from all around the globe, with representatives from 45 sports in 31 different countries all throwing their hats into the ring for various accolades.
The full list of winners can be seen here.