The National Lacrosse League and Krossover, the leading sports film analysis and statistics company, today announced a new partnership to support NLL film breakdown and exchange. In the new partnership, game film captured by NLL teams will be analyzed by Krossover Intelligence to extract insight into athlete performance data.
“We’re excited to be partnering with Krossover for the upcoming season,” said NLL Commissioner George Daniel. “Their cutting-edge film analysis service will be a valuable tool for each of our teams as well as the league office.”
Krossover evaluates games factors such as possession time, game efficiency ratings, total team efficiency, game pace and more. Krossover’s cloud-based platform will give NLL teams, coaches, league personnel, players and officials access game clips and data online, share content, and sort film by specific stats, players, occurrences and more. NLL and their teams will have the ability to create a completely indexed library of their content on Krossover.com.
“Popularity in lacrosse continues to grow in all key areas: participation, viewership and attendance. The National Lacrosse League is on the forefront of that growth, and Krossover is happy to team up with the NLL to showcase our lacrosse product at the highest level,” said Eric Perugini, Vice President of Krossover. “Through this partnership, Krossover will create an efficient process for NLL league personnel, teams and officiating members to search, view and share film instantly, along with both basic and advanced analytics.”
Krossover will implement its service starting with NLL preseason games and during the 2016 NLL season opener on January 1 when the Colorado Mammoth hosts the Georgia Swarm.
Krossover, a New York City-based startup, provides sophisticated data analytics technology to the sports world. With an intuitive online platform easily accessible by thousands of high school and college programs, Krossover enables coaches to use video to improve the success of their athletic programs by eliminating the time and financial impediments to managing their filmed content. With an estimated 95% of high school and college athletic programs now recording game video, Krossover is accelerating the use of indexed, on-demand video content and advanced analytics by programs of all sizes. For more information, visit Krossover.com and follow us on Twitter @Krossovr.