Pointstreak Signs Agreement with the National Amateur Baseball Federation (NABF) College World Series Toledo Ohio Committee
Jul 22, 2009
Toronto, ON – Pointstreak.com Inc. and The NABF College World Series Toledo Ohio Committee are pleased to announce they have reached an agreement which will see Pointstreak provide real-time scoring and statistics for the 2009 College World Series in Toledo, Ohio, August 6-9, 2009.
"The addition of Pointstreak Stats to our event lets anyone in the world follow this year’s NABF College World Series" said Daniel Freiheit, Executive Director of the NABF College World Series Toledo Committee, "You can check into our web site NABFCWS.com and connect to game action at every play site, in real time and follow each pitch".
Pointstreak Stats’ baseball platform will streamline the process of capturing and delivering game statistics for the NABF College World Series and deliver those game events to the tournament website in real-time for the benefit of players, fans and media partners. A unique feature of Pointstreak’s baseball statistical solution is Game Live, a real-time flash application that streams play-by-play baseball results over a 3-D graphical image of a baseball diamond. Pointstreak Stats for baseball is also geared towards the needs of media sources, providing Associated Press (AP) formatted box scores, allowing for easy reproduction of baseball stats into print media.
“Pointstreak is proud to have been chosen by The National Amateur Baseball Federation College World Series Toledo Ohio Committee to offer our Game Live feature to compliment the live audio feed”, said Paul Pettipiece, Vice President of Baseball Operations of Pointstreak.com Inc.
About Pointstreak.com Inc.:
Pointstreak provides technology driven sports management and business solutions designed to streamline operations while facilitating and enhancing the sport participant, fan and media experience. Pointstreak's product line includes solutions for professional, collegiate, and junior sports leagues as well as for amateur and recreational sports leagues. Pointstreak's technology and products are designed to save sports organizations time, money, and effort and include solutions for statistics, online registration and website design and hosting. More information can be found on Pointstreak’s website at www.pointstreaksolutions.com or www.pointstreak.com.
Click here to view Pointstreak Game Live.
For further information contact:
Paul Pettipiece – Vice President of Baseball Operations, Pointstreak.com Inc.
ppettipiece (at)pointstreak.com or (905) 731-9867
About the NABF:
The National Amateur Baseball Federation (NABF) was established at an organizational meeting in Louisville, Kentucky, in 1914, and is the oldest continually operated national baseball organization in the country.
The NABF is a nonprofit organization run by a number of Officers and Directors from all parts of the United States. These volunteers help keep the organization running smoothly, as regional and national championship tournaments are held coast to coast.
NABF hosts over 50 regional tournaments, plus eight national championship tournaments, throughout the year.
The NABF is based on the idea that teams should represent leagues in national competition.