Update: New Video Features

Last summer we added to video recording, review and sharing to Takedown Scoring and Stats.

During this past high school season (2018-2019), about 40% of Takedown users recorded video in the app and produced more than 17,000 match videos. Of these recordings, roughly 13,000 were uploaded to the cloud (team YouTube accounts). Of the videos uploaded to YouTube, roughly 20% were also posted to Takedown LIVE so that fans can view the scoring transcript and video in a single app. Takedown Scoring and Stats, by virtue of a robust and committed user community, is most likely the leading publisher of scholastic wrestling videos on the Internet.

Top five states for recording video:

  1. Ohio

  2. Pennsylvania

  3. Georgia

  4. Virginia

  5. Tennessee

And the top ten programs:

  1. Tuscaloosa

  2. Glacier

  3. Flathead

  4. Paulding County

  5. Seneca Valley

  6. Collierville

  7. West Branch

  8. Quincy

  9. Riverside

  10. John Overton

Takedown users typically record in high resolution with 82% of all videos recorded in 720P or 1080P.

Video is an important feature for Takedown users and we continue our investment in this area.

More info on Takedown video here:

Takedown Scoring and Stats is a single-team focused, mobile app for scoring wrestling matches, recording video, creating stats, managing teams and rosters, and engaging fans via social media. Download from the App Store.

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