New York, NY – The New York Liberty of the Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA) have partnered with PlaySight, the leading provider of automated, multi-angle video technology in professional baskeball.
The Liberty will use PlaySight’s state-of-the-art SmartCourt system to enhance player development and video capture. The system, which includes multiple cameras and integrations into NOAH, SportsCode and Kinexon, will provide coaches and players with instant access to high-quality video and data, allowing them to analyze and improve their performance in real-time.
“We are thrilled to partner with the New York Liberty and bring our technology to another WNBA club,” said Chen Shachar, CEO of PlaySight. “The Liberty are a premier organization in the league and we look forward to working with them to enhance player development and fan engagement.”
PlaySight’s SmartCourt system is currently used by many of the top teams and organizations in the world, including the NBA, NCAA, and USTA. The Liberty join 18 NBA teams and WNBA organizations like the Chicago Sky and Phoenix Mercury to install the technology.
For more information about PlaySight and the SmartCourt system, please visit playsight.com.
About New York Liberty
The New York Liberty is one of the twelve teams of the Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA). Founded in 1997, the team plays its home games at the Westchester County Center in White Plains, New York. The Liberty has reached the playoffs nine times in its history and won the Eastern Conference championship in 1997 and 1999.
PlaySight is a leading provider of automated, multi-angle video technology for sports teams and organizations of all levels. The company’s SmartCourt system, which includes multiple cameras and advanced analytics, provides instant access to high-quality video and data, allowing coaches and players to analyze and improve performance in real-time. PlaySight’s technology is currently used by many of the top teams and organizations in the world, including the NBA, NCAA, and USTA.