We’re delighted to announce that Tappit has been ranked no.1 in the 2021 SportTech 50.
The ranking celebrates businesses creating tech for sports and fitness performance, consumption and administration. A reader vote alongside a vote from an independent judging panel put Tappit in first place.
We’re thrilled to come out on top and be recognised for the fantastic work we do using cashless technology to create a safer, more enjoyable fan experience and providing event organisers with actionable data and insights.
Despite the challenges of the pandemic, Tappit has had a fantastic 2021. We’ve launched with new clients, including the Cincinnati Reds and the San Diego Padres. We’ve announced a strategic partnership with LEARFIELD to bring cashless technology to college sports and we’ve partnered with CLEAR to help shape a secure and contactless future.
The Tappit technology team have continued to innovate this year, launching the Mobile Pay Web Wallet, so even if an organisation doesn’t have its own app, fans can still access a white label appless wallet in their browser. We’ve also launched Automated Rewards and Incentives, that let our clients create targeted rewards based on fan behaviour.
And with more exciting developments planned for the final months of 2021, the Tappit team is still growing and recruiting for a number of roles internationally.
Pushing the boundaries in Sport Tech
The full ranking includes some of the most innovative and cutting edge players in the sports technology industry. We thought we’d share some of the companies in the ranking we think are redefining sports technology.
Incisiv Sport – In second place, Incisiv Sport, a neurotechnology start-up based in Belfast are using the latest technology to advance human performance, whether they’re helping goalkeepers pull off match-winning saves or changing the way we rehabilitate athletes after injury. Their platform uses the power of virtual reality to control what the brain sees and sensors to precisely measure how the brain responds. Quantifying a person’s neural fitness. Find out more.
Protecht by sports and wellbeing analytics – The protecht intelligent mouthguard system actively monitors impacts to players heads during contact sports. State of the art sensor technology has been embedded in an OPRO+ mouthguard to deliver advanced insight during play. Find out more.
Hawk-eye – Hawk-Eye is a leading innovator in sports technology. First used as a broadcast tool to analyse decisions in Cricket, Hawk-Eye has now become an integral part of over 20 sports and every year covers 20,000 games or events across 500+ stadiums in over 90 countries. Find out more.
Fiit – Fiit is a subscription-based workout app that brings the studio experience to your living room. As the #1 rated fitness app with hundreds of classes led by the most in demand trainers — from HIIT to yoga, it’s no wonder they made the top 50. Find out more.
We’d like to thank everyone that voted for Tappit in the SportTech 50 ranking, and we’re so pleased that the hard work and dedication of our team is being recognised. 2021 has been a fantastic year, and we’re excited to see what 2022 will bring.