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Pixellot Stock

Pixellot is an affordable alternative to the traditional outside broadcast video capture and production system.

About Pixellot Stock

Founded

2013

Total Funding

38.0M

Pixellot is a leading sport media company that offers automatic production solutions for the amateur and semi-professional market. Pixellot’s patented technology streamlines the production workflow by deploying an unmanned multi-camera system that covers the entire field. Advanced algorithms enable dynamic coverage of the flow of play and highlight generation. The company streams more than 11,000 live video hours each month to fans, players, and coaches on a variety of platforms. Founded in 2013 by seasoned video and media technology experts, Pixellot has sold over 2,000 systems around the world, deployed with minor leagues, high schools, as well as at youth academies and top league clubs. Pixellot’s partners include ESPN, PlayOn Sports, the US’ biggest high school sports media company and right holder, Sporttotal.tv, Germany’s largest amateur league media platform, global coaching solution provider STATS, SeeUPlay in Mexico and Hockey TV, North America’s largest non-NHL ice hockey streaming platform. The company also works directly with leading clubs such as Bayern Munich, Spain’s Real Sociedad, Dutch AZ Alkmaar and Maccabi Tel-Aviv.

Pixellot Management

Leadership team at Pixellot

Director of Marketing

Yossi Tarablus

VP Product

Dov Brand

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