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Australia's NBL Names Catapult Its Official Wearable Analytics Partner

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 10 / 19 / 16

Australia's National Basketball League signed a deal with Catapult Group Int'l to become the league's official wearable analytics partner for the next three years. The agreement includes a partnership to a range of next generation applications to be delivered to NBL fans across all NBL media platfor...

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