Hudl, a social network built to connect athletes, coaches, scouts and recruiters, was granted with $72,5 million in equity funding from venture investors. Via Hudl, users can make and share digital highlight reels, game “tapes” and other sports-related content using tablets and mobile devices, and then share it online.
At the same time, coaches can attach text notes, voice messages or add “telestrator” style markups to videos. The startup company claims that it has 3,5 million users and 1 billion user-generated video clips on its platform today.
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