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NFHS, SBLive Sports Agree to Corporate Partnership

By NFHS on January 03, 2022 nfhs news Print

The National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) has entered into a new corporate partnership with SBLive Sports (www.scorebooklive.com), the fastest-growing high school sports media company in the nation.

SBLive Sports has become the digital destination for high school sports fans and a technology partner of coaches, administrators and several NFHS member state associations, including those in Arkansas, California, Massachusetts, Mississippi, Vermont and Washington. Its platform celebrates high school sports, making it possible for the next generation of fans to follow their favorite teams and players just like they follow the pros.

SBLive Sports offers original content that includes national football and basketball rankings, features from across more than a dozen states, podcasts and player profiles. It also provides exclusive access to scores, schedules, statistics, tournament brackets, gamecasts, live scoring and more.

“The NFHS is thrilled to be entering a corporate partnership with SBLive Sports,” said Dr. Karissa Niehoff, NFHS executive director. “SBLive’s innovative, digital services have already benefitted many member state associations and constituents. From stat tracking to in-depth features to a variety of other resources, SBLive offers something for everyone in the education-based high school sports community.”

In October, SBLive Sports announced a partnership with The Arena Group, joining the online collection of sports brands anchored by Sports Illustrated, which recently ranked No. 6 across Comscore sports media with more than 42 million monthly users.

As part of the three-year partnership, SBLive Sports will be designated an “Official NFHS Corporate Partner” and recognized as the “Media and Data Sharing Sponsor of the NFHS.”

“We are honored to partner with the NFHS as they continue to pave the way to a future in which high school athletics continue to represent a unique opportunity for millions of kids to compete in organized sports and represent their schools, families and themselves,” said Dan Beach, SBLive Sports founder and CEO. “The SBLive Sports Data Hub can become the key component to a better high school sports experience for coaches, players, fans, technology and media companies as we embrace the value of making content more easily accessible to all.”

For more information on SBLive Sports, please visit: www.scorebooklive.com.