Six sports tech verticals shaping the future of sports innovation at Colosseum

  • 1. Athlete Development

    Over the last few years, the use of wearables in the professional sports scene has become necessary for athlete development. Smart wearables are projected to exceed 305 million units in 2020.

    # of Active Israeli Startups: 45+

  • 2. Fan community & engagement

    A rising trend to attract new fans worldwide lies in AR / VR, a sector that “Greenlight Insights” estimates could become a $75 billion business by 2021.

    # of Active Israeli Startups: 20+

  • 3. Media, Broadcasting & Sponsorships

    These sectors are constantly innovating, and the rise of virtual sponsorships and streaming platforms such as Twitch (acquired by Amazon for $1 billion) are disrupting the traditional media industry.

    # of Active Israeli Startups: 30+

  • 4. Health & Fitness

    The worldwide market size of the health and fitness sector is $83 billion. Over the last decade, the sector has slowly transitioned from professional to amateur, opening the door for more innovation.

    # of Active Israeli Startups: 35+

  • 5. Gaming & eSports

    Global eSports market revenue will reach $1.65 billion in 2020. In 2017, the number of frequent eSports viewers and enthusiasts reached 143 million. This number is projected to reach 250 million in 2021.

    # of Active Israeli Startups: 15+

  • 6. Smart Stadiums & Ticketing

    The global smart stadium market size is estimated to be $4.6 billion in 2018 and is expected to reach $12.5 billion by 2023.

    # of Active Israeli Startups: 20+