Call for applications: Comcast SportsTech Accelerator Program for Sports Startups

Comcast NBCUniversal SportsTech is looking for the next generation of entrepreneurs and startup founders actively changing the world of competitive and professional sports. Are you in? It's game time.
Application Deadline in 3 months
Eligible Countries | Regions | Cities  Worldwide
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Comcast NBCUniversal SportsTech is not your ordinary accelerator. We're changing the way sports are played, both on and off the field. Driven by Comcast NBCUniversal and a stable of well-known partners, brands, and professional sports organizations, our 12-week accelerator program is designed to bring your sports tech idea to life, get it to market, and provide players and teams with a competitive edge built on technology and innovation.
 
We are looking for the next generation of entrepreneurs and startup founders actively changing the world of competitive and professional sports. Are you in? It's game time.
 
Each startup receives $50,000 plus all of the accelerator benefits in exchange for a minimum of 6% common stock. We provide each company a rigorous 12 week program and perks valued at over $1.7M (and growing). Program perks include hundreds of thousands of dollars in hosting benefits from Google, Amazon, SoftLayer, as well as substantial discounts on software and other products and services that startups often need, like MailChimp, SendGrid, plus outsourcing, marketing and design services
 
Application deadline: April 15, 2020
 
 

Engineers test bike in wind tunnel. Investigating the relationship between a rider’s cycling position and aerodynamic performance in the University of Southampton’s R.J. Mitchell Wind Tunnel. (credits: © University of Southampton. Aerospace Engineering. / Flickr Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 2.0 Generic (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0))

Illustration Photo: Engineers test bike in wind tunnel. Investigating the relationship between a rider’s cycling position and aerodynamic performance in the University of Southampton’s R.J. Mitchell Wind Tunnel. (credits: © University of Southampton. Aerospace Engineering. / Flickr Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 2.0 Generic (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0))

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