TeamSnap Acquires MOJO Sports To Continue Youth Sports Expansion

TeamSnap, a premier sports management software provider and youth sports community hub, has successfully acquired MOJO Sports, a forward-thinking youth sports media platform. This strategic move redefines the synergy between youth sports and technology.

With a user base exceeding 2 million daily active users and collaboration with over 19,000 sports organizations, TeamSnap now expands its offerings to include MOJO’s acclaimed library of games, drills, and session-specific support for youth coaches. Additionally, it incorporates robust interactive multimedia tools like live streaming, fostering engagement for families and fans on and off the field.

This acquisition propels TeamSnap into a leading position at the intersection of youth sports and technology.

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The company, which has invested significantly in enhancing its platform over the last 2+ years, envisions this move as pivotal for the next evolutionary phase of sports technology. As youth sports extend their influence to over half of U.S. households annually, representing a market value of $37.5 billion, TeamSnap aims to capitalize on this by offering innovative solutions.

The CEO of TeamSnap, Peter Frintzilas, expressed enthusiasm about integrating MOJO’s digital experience into their community, highlighting the value it adds. The youth sports market, spanning school, community, and club teams, involves around 60 million athletes across various sports. TeamSnap, with its extensive active user base, aims to set new standards for immersive football gaming.

MOJO, led by founder & CEO Ben Sherwood, boasts features catering to players, families, fans, coaches, and clubs. This includes live streaming, scoring, shared highlights, access to a vast video library, personalized player experiences, interactive practice plans, and expert advice. The partnership between TeamSnap and MOJO aligns seamlessly, sharing a vision of transforming youth sports through content and technology.

Financial details of the transaction remain undisclosed. MOJO, now a TeamSnap company, will continue to provide its app and content to its global user base of 5 million. The MOJO team, primarily located in Los Angeles, will integrate with TeamSnap’s workforce, exceeding 200 employees. Ben Sherwood will assume a new role as a board member at TeamSnap, reinforcing the collaborative direction of the two entities.

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