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Team Tap Shortlisted: "Best Support Technology for Fans"

Team Tap has been Shortlisted: "Best Support Technology for Fans"

We are thrilled to announce Team Tap has been shortlisted as a finalist in the Sports Technology Awards. Entries were recieved from all over the world and the winner will be announced in the London on the 4th of April 2014.

The Sports Technology Awards have been launched to recognize the increasingly important role that technology plays in sport.

Team Tap was nominated in the “Best Support Technology for Fans” category.

The full list of finalists can be viewed at: http://www.sportstechnologyawards.com/finalists.html

The Team Tap team believes the brand/advertising market was crying out for a game changer, a simple tool with low barriers to participation that enables users to engage meaningfully in supporting a team, helping a charity or expressing their brand loyalty.

Taking these factors into account Team Tap was designed a platform that offers teams a dramatically different and engaging experience. The app, Team Tap motivates a much larger proportion of users through physical interaction – it creates a buzz within the user-base enticing individuals to participate at no cost to themselves.

Team Tap has also been recognised at the Login Conference as one of eight best new digital start-ups and as a finalist in the Australian Mobi Awards.

Team Tap has already worked with a number of sports (football, golf, netball), teams and festivals. Below is a video of Team Tap with the NRL's Manly Sea Eagles:

We are looking forward to the year ahead as we turn Team Tap into a global experience. Thank you for all the support.

ENDS

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