– theScore one of only two sports apps to be named in prestigious PC Mag list

TORONTO, December 5, 2013 – theScore, Inc. (TSX Venture: SCR) (“theScore”) today celebrated being named as one of “The 100 Best Android Apps of 2013” by PC Mag.

theScore was one of only two sports apps to be included in the list by the influential tech media outlet, featuring alongside mobile products from other top developers including Facebook, Pinterest, Flipboard and Netflix.

“We thank PC Mag for recognizing our uniquely independent and mobile-first way of delivering content to millions of sports fans,” said John Levy, Chairman and CEO of theScore. “This reaffirms theScore’s approach to giving sports fans the best-in-class mobile sports experience they deserve.”

theScore provides comprehensive coverage of more than 20 sports and leagues, 800 teams and 15,000 players, while its personalization features give the user complete control, tailoring their experience to receive the scores, news and alerts which truly matter to them.

Its news updates are delivered using theScore’s unique mobile-first approach, where up-to-the-minute content is presented in “snackable bites” that break down the biggest stories into the most important elements – stacking each update on top of the last. Content is created in theScore’s mobile newsroom, which is powered by an in-house, custom-designed content management system (CMS) that allows journalists to deliver mobile sports news quicker than ever.

theScore is available on iOS, Android, BlackBerry and Windows Phone devices and its mobile platforms are used by about five million users a month.

For more information:

James Bigg
Manager, Communications
theScore, Inc.
Tel: 416.479.8812 ext. 2366
Email: [email protected]


About theScore Inc.
theScore creates mobile-first sports experiences, connecting fans to what they love through an addictive combination of real-time news, scores, fantasy information and alerts while creating and curating content that is mobile optimized, comprehensive, customizable and seamlessly shareable.

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