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GameDay partner with Cricket Hong Kong, China

MELBOURNE, Australia – GameDay, powered by Stack Sports and in conjunction with Stack Team App, have partnered with Cricket Hong Kong, China to create a streamlined database and communication framework for their High-Performance Pathways division.

The project is designed to ultimately enhance the digital experience of pathway players and track their engagement throughout their journey from developing to high-performance athletes, while also providing a valuable cloud-based resource for cricket administrators across the pathway programmes.

GameDay are incredibly excited to be working with Cricket Hong Kong, China on this initiative. We see this partnership as a great opportunity to truly unlock the long-term potential of the connection between GameDay and Stack Team App from a database and communication perspective.

We love the vision and drive that the team at CHKC have, and can see some real value being unlocked for the organisation’s administrators and also the players, coaches, and administrators that are engaged with the programmes.

Daniel Smith, Stack Team App general manager, said: “Stack Team App is excited about our new partnership with Cricket Hong Kong, China. It is set to be a game-changer, enhancing communication on and off the field and bringing the Cricket Hong Kong, China community closer together than ever before.”

Mark Farmer, Cricket Hong Kong, China men’s talent pathway manager, said: “We are thrilled to announce our partnership with GameDay, revolutionising the administration and operation of our high-performance pathways. Our partnership introduces cutting-edge database and communication solutions, optimising administration, stakeholder communication, and player tracking that will contribute significantly to the continued growth and effectiveness of our high-performance programmes.”



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