Buzzer, the new live sports discovery and personalization mobile platform, announced a new agreement with the WNBA to distribute live gaming content, making the WNBA the first women’s professional sports league to be offered on the platform. . Starting August 25, Buzzer will provide seamless access to the WNBA League Pass, the WNBA’s premium non-market live game subscription service, allowing leading mobile fans to seamlessly discover and access games. live games through personalized and organized alerts, building on Buzzer’s goal of serving the broad needs and interests of sports fans.

“With Buzzer, fans will have the ability to watch all the amazing moments in real time night after night in the W: amazing athletes, epic games, milestone moments and the thrill of close matches or buzzer batsmen,” he said. declared Sabrina Ionescu, New York Liberty guard and Investor Buzzer. “As someone who spends so much time on my phone, Buzzer is a product that adapts to the way I and many other Gen Z fans consume sports. Buzzer recognizes the importance of amplifying the sport. women’s sport and reaching the younger generations of sports fans, and this partnership with the WNBA is only the first step in achieving our mission to advance the visibility of women’s sport.

In addition to offering 10-second previews, Buzzer will feature live regular season games on WNBA League Pass, available for purchase through simple, seamless micropayments. Sales of the WNBA League Pass for the full season will also be available through Buzzer.

“Every signal from the market indicates that there is an incredible appetite for women’s sport, but there are still huge barriers to entry for fans to discover and watch,” says Bo Han, Founder and CEO of Buzzer. “Buzzer serves as a bridge to bring the magic of live sports to more fans. Through this partnership, we hope to help convert the incredible awareness and cultural motto that the WNBA knows into a real deal, bringing an even larger audience to the league and its players. A true sports community cannot exist without women’s sports being represented, and we are delighted to welcome the WNBA to the platform as we continue our commitment to a level playing field with democratization and l rise of women’s sport.

Founded by Han in 2020, Buzzer simplifies the discovery and experience of watching live sports on mobile in an abbreviated live format. Notable Buzzer investors include Ionescu, Renee Montgomery, Michael Jordan, Naomi Osaka, Patrick Mahomes, J. Cole, LaMelo Ball, Devin Booker, Taylor Rooks, and Ros Gold-Onwude. The platform provides a seamless user and viewing experience by organizing live sports broadcast rights on a consistent and accessible mobile platform, and allowing its users to set up personalized alerts based on their preferences. Other league partners currently include the NBA, PGA TOUR and NHL with additional partnerships expected to be announced in the coming months as Buzzer continues to grow as a multi-sport and aggregate platform.

“The WNBA is proud to become the first women’s professional league to join Buzzer’s growing lineup of major professional sports offered on the platform,” said WNBA Commissioner Cathy Engelbert. “We are continually looking for innovative ways to engage and attract fans, and this partnership with Buzzer will provide greater exposure to our game and showcase elite on-court play by WNBA players.”