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Chris Pfaff moderates Upside Sports Tech Summit panel – ‘The Future of Digital in Sports’ at Citi Field, New York City

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The leaders in sports tech – from biofeedback to AR/VR to data for rehab and load management – gathered on Wednesday, November 15th at Citi Field in New York City for the Upside Sports Tech Summit. Chris Pfaff moderated an all-star panel – ‘The Future of Digital in Sports’  – which included:

  • Stevland Wilson, VP, Postproduction, Design & Animation, Monumental Sports & Entertainment (MSE)
  • Orlando Lewis, Head of Partnerships, Sorare
  • James Giglio, CEO, MVP Interactive
  • Jed Corenthal, Chief Marketing Officer, Phenix
  • Bobby Basham, Director Baseball Innovation, Chicago Cubs (MLB)
  • Matt Miesnieks, CEO, Living Cities
  • Kristin Boggiano, Co-founder & President TurnKeyTix

You can watch the entire session at:


Chris Pfaff outside Citi Field

‘The Future of Digital in Sports’ panel (l to r): Orlando Lewis, Sorare; James Giglio, MVP Interactive; Bobby Basham, Chicago Cubs; Kristin Boggiano, TurnkeyTix; Stevland Wilson, Monumental Sports & Entertainment; Jed Corenthal, Phenix, and Chris Pfaff

The event convened 100 teams (including the New York Yankees, Toronto Raptors, Minnesota Vikings, New York Liberty, Boston Red Sox, Atletico de Madrid, Sacramento Kings, Chicago Cubs), sports associations (La Liga, English Premier League, NBA, NCAA), and innovators (NeuFit, MVP Interactive, Living Cities, Brainlit, DraftKings) over the course of the day.

Speakers included Tom Ryan, VP of strategy and head of NBA Launchpad; Meredith McPherron, CEO, Drive by DraftKings; Rahal Letterman, Lanigan Racing; Alex Rodrigo, SVP/GM, Sacramento Kings; Kyle Harris, CEO, Brainlit; Scott Riewald, manager, MiLB performance development, Boston Red Sox; Dr. Ola Eriksrud, co-founder, 1080 Motion; Carlos del Barrio, Atletico de Madrid; Dr. Marco Nunez, former head athletic trainer, Los Angeles Lakers; Konrad von Moltke, principal, investment arm of the Wilf family (owners of NFL’s Minnesota Vikings, and Orlando City MLS/NWSL), and Andrew Hippert, investment principal, NY Techstars sports accelerator.