February 23, 2015
Ever since October 2014 Rolltech has been working with the Professional Bowlers Association (PBA) to bring new levels of insight and connection into the sport of bowling. In fact, to date Rolltech is the PBA’s exclusive provider of mobile and web applications related to tracking individual, league, and event bowling scores and stats.
“The PBA has worked closely with Rolltech to develop an entirely new level of insight into the sport by tracking statistics that we’ve never seen before,” says PBA Commissioner Tom Clark. “With Rolltech’s assistance, we’re helping our fans better understand the intricate aspects of our sport.”
But, in addition to providing the statistical and real-time scoring service for the PBA to use on their PBA Network platforms, Rolltech is offering similar services to the grassroots bowling public.
“At Rolltech, bowling is our life,” says founder and CEO Rich Belsky. “We set out to find an easier way for bowlers to connect with the sport and improve by using detailed statistics based on how they perform. Our journey has been long and arduous, but we’re proud of the tool we’ve created, and we’re extremely excited to work with the PBA in showcasing how Rolltech can work for casual and league bowlers as well as the world’s most skilled professionals.”
The platform has welcomed bowling superstars like Jason Belmonte, Mike Fagan, and Bill O’Neill, who have recorded their games using Rolltech and shared them with fans – including a recent 300 game by Belmonte.
“Rolltech is an amazing platform that allows me to engage with my performance and fans like never before. This is the future of the sport,” says Belmonte.
Currently Rolltech is used in more than 2,500 bowling centers in 36 countries around the world. They’ve shown great traction and growth since starting up in
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