ShotTracker Raises $10.4M in Series A Financing

ShotTracker, an Overland Park, Kan.-based provider of a basketball technology platform that captures stats and analytics human-less and in real-time, raised $10.4M in Series A financing.

The round, which brings total funding in excess of $21M, was led by Ward.Ventures with participation from former NBA commissioner David Stern and two-time National League home run champion, Ryan Howard, as well as Greycroft, Elysian Ventures, KC Rise Fund, Irish Angels and SeventySix Capital.

The company intends to use the funds towards growth and scalability to increase installations in courts around the United States and to solidify global partnership opportunities.

Co-founded by basketball and technology experts Davyeon Ross and Bruce Ianni, ShotTracker provides a sensor based system that automatically captures statistical and performance analytics for an entire team in real-time during practice and games to enable coaches to make fact-based adjustments quickly.



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