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SportsEngine Adds Whistle to its Marketplace

SportsEngine, an NBC Sports Group company and the leading youth sports technology provider has added Whistle to its recently launched online marketplace of sports-related applications and services.

At Whistle, we’re on a mission to create a better environment for everybody involved in organized sports, by removing all the barriers and inefficiencies out of scheduling and coordinating game officials. Whistle’s mobile and web application will help connect SportsEngine’s youth organizations with vetted game officials to facilitate club and league events by integrating with the leading Sports Life Management platform for the first time, providing a new level of access and ease for SportsEngine’s admins and coaches to complete their multiple task management.

"Adding Whistle to the SportsEngine Marketplace is part of our ongoing commitment to provide value-added benefits, along with a comprehensive suite of solutions, for more than 1MM youth sports clubs, leagues, governing bodies and associations."

Rick Ehrman, Vice President of Corporate Development stated.

"Whistle's partnership is a perfect fit as we continue to find new and innovative solutions that help teams manage and simplify their sports lives."

SportsEngine Adds Whistle to its Marketplace Image

Partnerships like this demonstrate that the world’s largest organizations share our focus on increasing sports officiating participation, retainment and advancement.

“Our effective Marketplace partnership with SportsEngine is a sign of the dual-commitment to take on the many issues in the officiating world,” Oliver Barton, Whistle Founder & CEO added.

“Youth sports administrators using SportsEngine can now import their events into Whistle and with just a few taps have the ability to access, communicate, rate and pay officials that previously would have been unachievable."

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