November 6, 2014" Looking for a place to catch your favourite team play while visiting New York City? A new app from SportChaser will help you find a bar in NYC that's playing the game you want to see. " -
October 24, 2014" The French duo encountered a problem: There's no good way to quickly ascertain which sports bars are showing which ball games. So they built SportChaser, a self-funded web startup that aspires to become the Foursquare of live sports " -
October 21, 2014" This October 24, download the “SportChaser – Find Your Sports Bar”, it is the first free app to connect sports fans to venues like bars, showing their favorite team while connecting to like-minded fans. " -
October 18, 2014" A new app telling sports fans which local bars are broadcasting their favorite teams will be unveiled this week by its unlikely creators — two French women living in New York. " -
July 9, 2014" Alors que la Coupe du Monde bat son plein, coup de projecteur sur un site qui va ravir les fans de sport. Amélie et Tamara, deux Françaises installées à New-York, ont créé ce site pour permettre aux supporters de trouver les bars où voir les matchs de leur équipe préférée dans la ville " -
June 20, 2014" On y est! On sort ses drapeaux, ses écharpes, son chauvinisme et sa mauvaise foi, la Coupe du Monde est de retour. [...] Nous nous sommes associés à SportChaser, site internet de sélection de bars sportifs (créé par deux Françaises malines) pour lancer 'le Club des Bleus à New York': une sélection de sept bars et restos répartis dans New York pour permettre aux supporters tricolores de hurler entre soi. " -
June 19, 2014" And after Team USA pulled off a surprise upset against Ghana in the World Cup, you won't want to miss them take the field again. Your ticket entitles you to an open bar with draft beer, wine and well drinks during the game. " - Read more
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June 2, 2014"With the World Cup approaching, the site is poised to become a resource for New York's melting pot of fans. "Our ultimate purpose is to help people get together" Wisniak says" - Read more
May 21, 2014" While you create an online company, never forget the 'offline' aspect of it. People want to connect in real life and your marketing approach should take this into account. " -
April 12, 2014" SportChaser dedicates itself to any sports fans, from football to soccer, having trouble to find the right bar to watch their game or having trouble to find the sports bar of its dreams. " -
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Jan 30, 2014"SportChaser sports technology upgrades sports fans’ Super Bowl experience by finding your perfect bar based on fan affiliation, bar atmosphere, size, category and more. With Super Bowl XLVIII in town for the first Super Bowl played in the New York/New Jersey area and in a cold-weather environment, using the SportChaser.com website to find a bar to watch your favorite team play is made for Hawks 12thman and Broncos fans who like to represent Seattle and Denver at these kind of fun and entertaining establishments"
Jan 27, 2014"Whatever sport your are interested in, whether it's basketball , hockey or football [...] they tell you were likeminded fans hangout"
Jan 21, 2014"SportChaser.com is a new website that aims to connect sports fans with each other to watch their favorite teams at NYC bars. If you’re not from the New York City area but still want to enjoy the game of your choice with other passionate fans, SportChaser.com wants to be the go-to tool to help you get together."
Jan 17, 2014"When French expat Amélie Wisniak relocated to New York City, she found herself in a bind. A fan of French soccer team Paris Saint-Germain (PSG), she noticed it was difficult to locate sports bars playing her favorite team’s games. Wisniak and her friend Tamara Prud’homme, a classmate from graduate school at the European Business School in Paris and a fellow fan of sports bars, came up with a solution together. They decided to create a website where users could find out which sports bars were showing their favorite games on TV. Et voilà: SportChaser.com was born."
Dec 8, 2013"Fan de l'OM ou du PSG, vous ne savez jamais dans quel bar vous rendre pour regarder les matches du week-end à la télévision ? Tamara Prud'homme et Amélie Wisniak, deux Françaises installées à New York, ont pensé à vous. Elles ont fondé sportchaser.com, un site internet qui liste tous les établissements qui retransmettent à New York les rencontres sportives : football, basket-ball, baseball ou encore football américain."
Dec 5, 2013"Finding your favorite sports bar of choice in the largest city in the United States is often a challenge. With fans from all teams spread out all over the city it is often a tough task to find fans of your favorite college or professional team. SportChaser is trying to change that with their new website."
Nov 10, 2013"I found myself in quite a pickle this week as the Giants were ousted from television by the EVIL Philadelphia Eagles and Pittsburgh Steelers who happened to be playing at the same time as my team. Thus I was forced to venture forth from my home to my local Damons where I was charged an arm and a leg for food and drink. If I had been back in New York City where I attended college I could have used this awesome website I was just told about called Sportchaser.com. I did a quick search for fun and found a ton of great options! The sites a genius idea and reminds me of the episode in How I Met Your Mother called ‘Little Minnesota’ where Robin and Marshall go to a bar full of Vikings fans to watch the games and be with their fellow Viking lovers. Sportchaser.com is a great why to find your own ‘Little Minnesota’ where you can hang with fans of your own favorite team in the Big Apple."
Oct 28, 2013"Fan du PSG ou de l’OM, des Yankees ou des Nets, vous êtes à la recherche d’un bar pour voir triompher votre équipe préférée? Amélie Wisniak et Tamara Prud’homme (photo droite) ont la solution. La première est fan du PSG, l’autre de l’ambiance et de la “tension” des “sports bars”. Ensemble, les deux amies ont tout naturellement lancé SportChaser.com"
Oct 17, 2013“Goooooooal! Being a fan of a super rando sports team is a hard life. Waking up far too early on a weekend to watch soccer, I mean football, games alone in your PJs because you can"t stand to miss your team losing one more time will certainly test your allegiances. But the new site SportChaser hopes to take away the darkness and connect you with other fans. The site lists bars in New York City that regularly show sports games, and users can search by bar or event to find one nearby. It"s a way for bars to attract new customers and for fans to convince themselves they're aren't alone.”