The San Francisco 49ers president. A virtual reality guru helping Intel. And the executive heading up U.S. operations for sports data giant Sportradar.
We’ve just added more fantastic speakers to our second annual Sports Tech Summit on June 21-22 at CenturyLink Field in Seattle.
You can buy tickets here — remember to use the discount code GEEKWIRE15, which will knock off 15% from early bird rates that end this week. Get your tickets today at the registration page.
Learn about our recently-added speakers:
- Dr. Uma Jayaram is the co-founder of VOKE, a virtual reality startup that Intel acquired in 2016 and is now part of the company’s new Intel True VR group. She will give a 20-minute “Power Talk” about how virtual reality is rapidly enhancing the fan experience.
- Al Guido was named president of the San Francisco 49ers last year; previously he was COO. Guido oversees all key business initiatives for the team. He helped lead the construction of Levi’s Stadium, one of the most high-tech sports facilities in the world.
- Dr. Laila Mintas joined Sportradar in 2016 and manages the company’s operations across the U.S., including data-related partnerships with the NBA, NFL, NHL and NASCAR. She’ll join Sounders FC Director of Performance and Sports Science Dave Tenney for a lively discussion about how technology is shaping the way players, coaches, teams, leagues, and fans use and consume sports-related data — both today and in the future.
They join others like Seattle Mariners GM Jerry Dipoto; NFL COO Tod Leiweke; League of Legends co-founder Brandon Beck; WNBA legend Sue Bird; Bleacher Report CEO Dave Finocchio; and many more.
To see them speak on stage in Seattle at the Sports Tech Summit and network with attendees from across the industry, go here to buy tickets — early bird rates end this week, so get them now at a discount. For sponsorship opportunities at the GeekWire Sports Tech Summit, contact Daniel Rossi at Daniel@GeekWire.com.
The GeekWire Sports Tech Summit features on-stage Q&As and insightful talks by leaders across the sports world, along with fantastic networking opportunities. Last year the lineup included L.A. Clippers owner Steve Ballmer, Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin; Major League Soccer Commissioner Don Garber, and others.