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The Ultimate Source For Sports Market Analytics

SBRnet is a leading provider of sports market analytics

We offer an all-encompassing perspective on the sports business, drawing upon syndicated and custom proprietary professional and college sports market research, industry reports, and licensed industry articles. SBRnet is the ultimate platform if you’re looking for research on sports participation, the fan market, venues, sponsorships, and expenditure on sporting goods. Trusted, reliable and easy to access, organizations nationwide rely on SBRnet, including 70% of the top ranked business schools.

  • Attendance Analytics
  • Brand Share-of-Market Analytics
  • College Sports Analytics
  • eSports Analytics
  • Fantasy Analytics
  • Logo Apparel Analytics
  • Social Media Analytics
  • Sponsorship Influence Analytics
  • Sports Equipment Analytics
  • Sports Participation Analytics
  • Streaming Audience Analytics
  • TV Audience Analytics
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Archery to Wrestling
& Every Sport Between:

We offer comprehensive research analytics on all major league team sports as well as a complete ranges of sports:

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SBRnet provides wide-ranging solutions:

  • The millennials: How do they impact the sport industry?
  • Social media: What technologies do sports organizations use?
  • Socio-economic factors: How are they affecting sports market brands?
  • What are the most pronounced demographic trends among sports brands?
  • What are the biggest challenges facing the "status quo" within the sports marketplace?

"I have been working in the sports market analytics field for over 40 years. This business is fast paced and always changing. SBRnet is a one-of-a-kind service necessary to provide solutions for the one-of-a-kind industry of sports."

Richard Lipsey, founder
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Fantasy Sports Analytics
SBRnet’s new analysis of fantasy sports activity on a sport-by-sport basis is now posted.

To obtain this information, fans in each of nine sport categories (NFL, NBA, NHL, MLB, MLS, College Football, College Basketball, Golf and NASCAR) were asked about the level of involvement in both season-long and short term/daily fantasy activity.  Read>