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ScoreStream, Great American Rivalry Series Agree to Partnership

LEXINGTON, Ky. – ScoreStream, Inc., the largest fan-driven, sports sharing platform in America, and the Great American Rivalry Series, are partnering up for the 2019 Series. ScoreStream and BRAINBOX, the Great American Rivalry Series founder, aim to make it much easier for fans in and around America’s biggest and best high school football rivalries to feel closer to the action than ever before.

“As we head into Rivalry Series XVI, we are excited to be receiving crowd sourced content from the national leader in sports content sharing. ScoreStream’s technology sets the pace for this type content and the fan experience will be the big beneficiary. We are jazzed,” said BRAINBOX CEO, Rick Ford.

Now in its 16th season, the Great American Rivalry Series has featured 859 games in 452 cities across 44 states.  Following its social media reach of more than 77 million and traditional media reach of over 95 million last year, the 2019 Rivarly Series will have an on ground presence at 100 games this fall, a social presence at more than 1,000 and be combined with live streaming broadcasts all season.

ScoreStream, founded in 2012, provides high school fans the ability to create games, provide real time scoring, share photo and video highlights and have a real time chat around the game. ScoreStream has more than 1.5 million monthly unique app users and is used by more than 15,000 high schools.

“Local sports isn’t about the top players or top recruits, it’s about the rich history and rivalry between communities that is displayed each fall when teams meet to determine who will be the champion of their rivalry for the next year. We are thrilled to be working with the Great American Rivalry Series to help bring these games to life. There are games of tremendous interest in every part of the country and we are excited to help shine a light on as many of them as possible,”said Derrick Oien, ScoreStream CEO.

Fans can follow the Great American Rivalry Series on Facebook (@GreatAmericanRivalry), Instagram (@AmericanRivalry) and Twitter(@AmericanRivalry), or at www.GreatAmericanRivalry.com .


BRAINBOX Intelligent Marketing is a leader in activating digital and social media marketing as well as planning conducting and executing events employing on the ground campaigns for major brands for 20 years. The company, specializing in youth sports, collegiate sports and consumer products and services, has activated over 7000 successful marketing events and provided student and athletic department support of over $15 million since the company’s inception in 1999.

ScoreStream is the first dedicated crowd sourcing platform for local sports in real time. The ScoreStream mobile app engages fans through crowd-sourced scores, photos, video and chat from over 15,000 games per week from around the world. ScoreStream is an early-stage, venture-backed start-up based in Del Mar, CA. Follow ScoreStream at www.scorestream.com, www.facebook.com/scorestream, and @ScoreStream on Twitter. The app is available for free download in Google Play and the App Store.

For more information, please call 859-225-4488 or email rivalry@bbim.com to schedule a phone interview with Series founder, Rick Ford, or contact him directly at rick.ford@bbim.com.