30 November 2021 Sports Award Winners Tech Tour Sports and its first edition brought together leading investors, start-ups, industry players and top innovators in Sports, (esports & Gaming, Fitness & Wellness, Fan Engagement & Data Analytics) to find funding, collaboration, partners and market opportunities. The winners will be invited to the Tech Tour Future22 international investment event. There the award winners of the different programs in digital, health and sustainability organized by Tech Tour will present. Future22 will take place on the 23-25 March, save the date and join us! Check out the 10 award winners in Sports chosen by our experienced jury members, investors and industry experts: Gamifly makes fan engagement and monetisation solutions for live events. Whether at home, on a stream or in the stadium, fans can engage anywhere anytime. Polls, predictions, minigames, giveaways … Output Sports is an end-to-end solution to test and track gym & rehab performance with lab grade accuracy. It integrates this data to allow for improved training, injury risk stratification and talent ID. cinfo is a company that specializes in video technologies and everything you need for an Internet TV to work properly. PKvitality is an advanced bio-wearable company which develop K’Watch Glucose, a Continuous Glucose Monitoring device in a smartwatch. Mobii allows publishers to put users in control of their personalized viewing experience while instantly engaging and monetizing them and sponsors. Powered by Mobii connect's ultra-low latency technology, miiFAN allows publishers to stop worrying about infrastructure and focus instead on what matters — their fans and content. Furinkazan's ambition is to develop a transmedia license, between physical reality, augmented reality and virtual reality through the creation of video games, NFT, animations and books on multiple mediums. O2score is a sport’s science Company present on the market with an integrated solution allowing to self-quantify a critical fatigue and recuperation index linked to oxidative stress. Advanced Sport Instruments (ASI) is a Swiss company established in Lausanne, the Olympic capital, working on Sport Data Analyses. The proposed solutions include sensors, software interfaces and data processing algorithms and allow the final user to collect data, customize training sessions, prevent injuries and improve tactical decisions. Bearmind is developing a wearable medical device to improve concussion management in sports. NativeWaves enables broadcasters and streaming providers to deliver deeper fan engagement through compelling and personalised media experiences and multi-screen immersion from live events.