theScore’s latest update for Android includes the addition of a dream feature for fans of fantasy league sports – or anyone who just wants to stay in the know.
Sports fans want to follow the leagues they care about. For some, the NBA is their top league while others don’t want to see it in their league menu at all. This is why theScore makes it possible to prioritize leagues in any order of your choosing, putting you in total control of your experience.
Here’s how to do it on iOS.
The draw for the 2014 World Cup takes place this Friday, and theScore will bring you all the tension and excitement as it happens with our World Cup Draw Tracker.
As nations are selected and the schedule is filled out for the massive summer tournament in Brazil, we’ll be providing real-time updates giving you immediate mobile-first coverage of who your favorite teams will be playing, as well as when and where.
Our latest update for Android users is now live in Google Play, and it includes some cool new features to call out.
By Jonathan Savage
SVP, Product Development
theScore’s latest update for iPhone and iPad has landed in the App Store, and it’s one of our biggest yet – completely overhauling our news offering to give sports fans the very best way to track all the latest real time headlines from their mobile device.
By Chris Chae
Our latest update for BB10 went live today, and it was a big one – especially if you’re a soccer fan.
By Jonathan Savage
Apple’s App Store celebrates its fifth birthday today. Currently, it’s home to more than 900,000 apps. So it’s easy to forget that theScore was one of the first on the scene back in 2008 when the App Store was in its infancy. And we’ve come a long way since then.
By Joe Ross
Director of Content
With the trophies given out, and many of the players on the golf course or their summer vacation, fans of NHL and NBA will now be focusing on one thing: Free agent frenzy. They’ll be hoping their favorite team will make a quality, free agency signing – maybe one which makes them a contender next season. Or just stops them from stinking the place out.
theScore is dedicated to making following all of the off season signings and trades for NBA and NHL fans as simple as possible with our Off-Season Trackers, which are available in app on iOS and Android and on mobile web across other platforms.
By Joe Ross
Director of Content
For serious sports fans, draft time is an enthralling experience. And with theScore you can be part of that experience, staying on top of all the latest news from the NBA and NHL this week as it happens – straight from your mobile device.
– Mobile sports app developer sponsors Mackenzie Hughes in major tournament
TORONTO – June 14, 2013: theScore, Inc. (TSX Venture: SCR) is delighted to announce it has agreed a deal to sponsor Canadian golfer MacKenzie Hughes as he competes at the US Open. The 22-year-old, represented by Duck Sports, Inc., will wear theScore’s logo on his clothing throughout the second major tournament of the season at Merion Golf Club, Pennsylvania.
“I’m delighted to partner with such a successful company, which has strong ties close to my home town,” said Hughes, from Dundas, Ontario. “I’ve previously played golf with theScore’s CEO and I love using theScore’s mobile app, which is a leader among North American sports apps. I thank them for their support.”
Don Robertson, from Hughes’ management company Duck Sports, Inc., added: “It was important that we set Mackenzie up with quality people and a strong brand right off the bat as he progresses as a professional. We are confident that he will continue to develop throughout the year, and the support from theScore is hugely appreciated.”
Hughes qualified for the US Open after winning a play-off at a sectional qualifying round in St. Louis, Missouri, beating 40 others to secure his first appearance at a major championship.
“We’re proud to see theScore logo at one of the most prestigious golf tournaments in the world, and even prouder that it’s being worn by someone like Mackenzie,” said John Levy, CEO of theScore, Inc. “His story is an inspirational one and demonstrates what a combination of skill, hard work and perseverance can get you. We wish him every success.”
Hughes turned professional in the fall after winning back-to-back Canadian Amateur titles and plays on the eGolf Professional Tour and PGA Tour Canada. He was also a three-time member of Team Canada’s National Squad. A graduate of Kent State University, he is now based full-time in South Carolina.
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