What do you think? How do cricket gurus and experts predict - who the top teams are? which batsman has the better strike rate? which bowler has the best economy rate? The answers to all the above questions and many more are generated with the help of Big Data Analytics in Cricket, which is now termed as “Criclytics”.
We have all noticed colourful logos on stadium walls, sports ground, perimeter boards, racing cars, sports equipment and even plastered all over athletes – that is what SPONSORSHIP is! Sponsorship is often seen as a logo stamped around and on the event properties, however there’s much more to this carefully designed Marketing process than meets the eye.
Professional athletes have been emphasizing the importance of sports agents over time. A modern-day athlete has more opportunities and with rising opportunities, the risks and hassles also peak, but the Question still exists - Are sports agents necessary?
Looking for a conversation starter? “Game of Thrones” can get you rolling with almost anyone these days! The marketing gimmicks applied by GOT has created enough excitement, and enthusiasm to get everyone hooked!
“Data” is becoming one of the most important components of today’s data-intensive knowledge economy. As one can see, we are inherently being driven by data. Empires are being built.. not on intuition, not on guesses, not on hypothesis, but on data that is being generated and analyzed day in, day out.
Spend time studying any industry and you will realize that there are hundreds, maybe even thousands, of different career opportunities possible. Sports industry is especially becoming enticing because of increasing loyalty and followership. In today’s world, people are looking to merge passion with career to truly enjoy what they do!