Stanza Enhances Calendar Marketing Suite With Sportradar Data Partnership
Stanza, a specialist in connecting people to events through calendar, has partnered with Sportradar to bring subscribers engaging in-calendar sports content globally.
Sports leagues including the NBA, NFL, NHL, MLS and collegiate properties leverage Stanza’s calendar marketing suite to create a new communication channel with fans. Stanza’s sports schedules are also embedded across sports publisher pages with the goal to drive on-page engagement. Stanza’s calendar suite reaches 20M+ monthly uniques globally.
Sportradar’s Advanced Data Insights & Sport Page Solutions are now included in-calendar to enhance the user experience. Over 13 million people have subscribed to schedules through Stanza. Stanza is first to market to carve out e-commerce and betting inventory through calendar. Today, Stanza serves as a one-stop shop for ticketing, streaming, and other relevant content. Over $40 million+ ticket sales have been sold through calendar to date.
Stanza CEO and Founder Smita Saxena says: “Calendar is within the top 3 used apps on people’s phones; it’s checked 12x on average daily. We know in-calendar real estate is very valuable and we’re very careful about partners that we bring into the ecosystem. It’s truly sacred ground as people are very sensitive about what shows up in their calendars. We were looking for a partner to add value across both our customers and calendar subscriber base. After much testing and evaluation, we’re excited to partner with Sportradar to integrate their content to make it even easier for fans to follow their team.”
Sportradar Vice President of Digital Sport Brian Josephs adds: “We are pleased to be working with Stanza, an innovative and highly respected leader in its industry. As a company, Sportradar is always looking to find new and creative ways to engage sports betting audiences. Partnering with Stanza, we have all of the ingredients necessary to create and shape a truly unique calendar experience for users through data.”