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Lexington-based mobile application development studio Stadionaut will demo "Crowded" at The Baseball Trade ShowTM in Nashville between Dec. 3-5.
LEXINGTON – Local mobile application development studio, Stadionaut, will show off an initial version of their baseball play prediction-based mobile application, "Crowded", in Nashville at The Baseball Trade ShowTM from Dec. 3-5, 2012. The event is a 3-day gathering of some of the sport's biggest decision makers, with over 85% of the attendees having buying authority.
"Crowded", a new twist on play-prediction gaming, operates by having players compete to guess what happens next during live games both at the stadium and on TV. Crowded rewards users with points, accolades, and real prizes.
Stadionaut consists of a core team of talent: Evan Leach, Chris Allen and Scott Wagner, University of Kentucky graduates, and Ranajay Sen, a Stanford University computer science major. The company has participated in Lexington-based Awesome Inc's annual start-up accelerator program and is a recent recipient of the Kentucky Science and Technology Corporation's Kentucky Enterprise Fund grant.
More information on "Crowded", Stadionaut and The Baseball Trade Show can be found at the following web addresses:
"Stadionaut, a mobile application development startup, took the grand prize in the first-ever iNet Venture Challenge, a business competition for University of Kentucky student entrepreneurs held at the Alumni House the end of March."
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