Hacking the Sports Industry
With the World Cup 2022 and other major sporting events coming up, Doha is facing immense opportunities as a city. Developing a flourishing SportsTech ecosystem around the key events is one way of extending the impact way beyond the final whistle blows in the stadium.
We, the Qatar SportsTech team, are hosting our very first hackathon event as a call for innovation among the bright youth of Doha. This is the chance for hackers, hipsters, and hustlers to come together and make their mark in these early days of what might one day be considered the “Sports Valley” of the region and even the world.
How are we going to do it
To make up the hacker teams looking for, we are thinkers, hackers,
- Hacker (Developer)
- Hipster (Designer)
- Hustler (Marketing/Sales)
The hackathon will kick off on the 28th of March at Workinton, the new co-working space in town. To give the hackers time to really develop their ideas, the hackathon will take place over 48 hours.
The QST team has prepared three challenges which cover the sports fans interaction both in and outside of the stadiums.
The 3 challenges
How can you provide a top quality experience for sports fans traveling to Doha?
In Stadium Experience
How can you provide a top quality experience for sports fans within the sports venues?
The Connected Fan
How can you provide digital and social connectivity for both at-home and in-stadium sports fans?
To help the hackers reach their full potential during the three days, Qatar SportsTech
The Judging Panel
To make it fun, challenging and fair, the team has brought in the most relevant organizations in Qatar to help evaluate and appraise the ideas of the hack teams.
The Jury Members
If you are a creative mind eager to test your skills with likeminded entrepreneurs, this is your chance to make a dent. Read the full event description on Eventbrite and apply today.
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