Snapchat Is Bringing Real-Time Sports Scores Filters To High School Athletics

Snapchat Is Bringing Real-Time Sports Scores Filters To High School Athletics
Millennials

Students will now be able to overlay their school’s scoreboard filters above their photo and video selections

Ido Lechner, Home Editor
  • 12 september 2016

With a nod to its already large high school fan base, Snapchat has recently announced the release of a new geo-filter customized to read real-time sports scores for local varsity football games. Partnering with Southern Californian startup ScoreStream, the social photo sharing app debuted the filters on Sep 2; and though it’s still unclear how many high schools will participate, Snapchat has promised to track upward of 5,000 games per week for display.

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