Blue Star Sports, a youth sports management company, has acquired LeagueLineup, which provides free and paid technology features to youth and amateur sports teams, clubs and leagues.
The acquisition is Blue Star Sports’ sixth in the past 120 days.
With over 25,000 customers, LeagueLineup has successfully executed self-service sports websites, according to Blue Star Sports. By joining Blue Star Sports, their clients will gain access to more features, online sport management tools and event management.
“We continue to focus on the best companies with a proven track record, and LeagueLineup is another great addition as we continue to enhance our product set for our current and future customers,” said Rob Wechsler, founder and CEO of Blue Star Sports. “LeagueLineup has an unprecedented operation for a company of its size and will add some innovative technology and operational tools to the Blue Star Sports book of services.”
LeagueLineup’s CEO and President Ed Carmon commented, “The time was right to become part of the Blue Star Sports family. They are clearly becoming the league leader in products and services for youth sports. Our strategy has been to provide our clients with easy-to-use, comprehensive products coupled with the best customer service possible, and this move will bring more resources to our client base. Our team is very excited to become part of the Blue Star Sports family.”
With over 20 million users in 23 countries, Blue Star Sports centralizes operations and provides a technology platform for all national governing bodies, youth sports leagues, clubs and associations. Companies under the umbrella of Blue Star Sports include Bonzi, Pointstreak Technologies, Goalline and PrimeTime Sports.
Since 1998, LeagueLineup has supported the websites, player registrations, leagues, teams, and tournaments for youth and amateur sports organizations.