Racing lovers will gain unprecedented access to racing vision, form and information following the release of Tabcorp’s innovative new racing app - Sky Racing Active.
Sky Racing Active revolutionises the way lovers of racing consume vision, putting control in their hands - allowing viewers to watch the live racing and Sky Racing programs they want, when they want them.
Key features of Sky Racing Active include:
• Punters can build their own playlists in order to follow their favourite jockey, runner, trainer, driver, venue or tipster throughout each day - more of what they want and less of what they don’t
• Playlist pulse alerts to ensure punters never miss the jump
• Advanced form guide
• Access to Sky Racing’s replay library and barrier trials
• Sky Racing shows on demand
• Vision of last five races for majority of runners (excludes VIC/SA thoroughbreds)
• Includes all codes – thoroughbreds, greyhound and harness (excludes VIC/SA thoroughbreds)
• Dedicated channels across thoroughbreds, harness and greyhounds
“Sky Racing and Tabcorp are thrilled to be launching this new product that allows our customers to shape their racing experience; it really gives the customer the power to play producer – creating channels specifically around their preferences. What they want to watch, when they want to watch it,” said Darren Pearce, Executive General Manager Media and International at Tabcorp.
“The product is flexible and will appeal to the experienced racing fan who has honed their interests over time and knows exactly what they want as well as the new racing fan, the digital native who has come to expect their content to be personalised and customised to their preferences.”
The playlist feature will allow customers to curate content around specific interests, be that a certain trainer, a particular horse, greyhound, a specific racetrack, Sky’s expert tipsters and more.
Sky Racing Active beta is available to download from the app store for both iOS and Android devices. Sky Racing Active beta is now FREE to trial for a 60 day period.
Vision excludes Victorian and South Australian thoroughbreds.