The ProSiebenSat.1 Group (P7S1), one of the largest independent media corporations in Europe, invites developers, designers and idea generators to team up for a 24h-hackathon at its campus in Unterfoehring near Munich to transform innovative ideas in the world of digital entertainment into valuable prototypes.
Sportradar is official partner of the hackathon and provides an SDK to access its abundance of real-time and historical sports data from a wide range of sports (incl. top leagues in soccer, tennis and ice hockey).
The event takes place on the weekend of 19th/20th March 2016 near Munich.
Participation is free of charge, but available tickets are limited. Teams and individuals can register here until 18th March 2016, 12pm (while tickets stock lasts).
Sportradar Media Services are a premium partner to the media industry, offering one of the most comprehensive and reliable sports data services in the market. More than 5000 data journalists collect data, quickly and accurately, from over 3000 competitions annually and from up to 40 sports worldwide (From fixtures, to player profiles, real-time match events to results).
In our official partnership with 7HACK we provide an SDK to the participants of the hackathon to use sports data in ways that activate engagement in new ways.
Click here to find out more about the vast capabilities of the SDK. You can win great prizes by using our sports data for your hackathon project.
Software development or digital design is your world? You consider yourself a creative out-of-the-box-thinker, an idea generator? Then don´t miss out on this great opportunity to team up with other talents to create a prototype for a new product that has the potential to fascinate and entertain sports enthusiasts around the world.
There are more than 3.5 billion sports fans on this planet and more than 18 million software developers. If you are part of both groups, don’t
hesitate and sign up for 7HACK now!
(There is only enough space for 70 participants at the event)
Evolving technologies bear a lot of market potential for new digital products in areas like HbbTV & Addressable TV, Personalisation or User engagement.
What are the expectations? Which kind of product prototypes are you supposed to come up with by the end of the hackathon? The answer is: No limits to your creativity. Surprise us!
The SDK we will provide for the hackathon supports Android and iOS development, as well as development for Java, Android TV, OSX and Apple TV. Some of our experts will be on site to support you and make sure you can get the most out of the data feeds that are available. They can answer any question regarding the SDK usage and they will set up user accounts for each team.
Even prior to the start of the hackathon you can download a developer package which contains all the information you need to work with our data: framework, a demo app and documentations (for every platform).
If you want to get more detailed information about the SDK and the sports data we can provide, please fill out following form.scroll down
We are convinced the 7HACK hackathon weekend in Unterföhring near Munich will be a very rewarding experience for all participants. The creative buzz, the presence of motivated entrepreneurs, skilled developers and experts from the entertainment industry will result in an abundance of networking opportunities and a great overall atmosphere.
Great prizes will be awarded among all participants of the event by a P7S1 jury. If you use the Sportradar SDK during the hackathon your chance to take home a prize is even greater. A Sportradar jury will also award additional fantastic prizes among teams that work with Sportradar's data at the event. Each winner can choose one of the following prizes:
In addition to that there will be the possibility to continue the partnership with Sportradar for any of the teams using our data at the 7hack event. This means further access to data, integration of the product into our portfolio & sales network; opportunity to scale the product, and potential job opportunities as a mobile developer in Munich.