7.6 C
Ireland
Monday, May 17, 2021

Score Beo: an app that provides users with live updates on GAA, LGFA and Camogie matches to be launched in May

It was when Fergus Grimes was stuck in Vancouver in June of 2018 aggressively scrolling through social media, constantly refreshing each page in search for the score of Meath’s highly anticipated clash with Tyrone in the GAA football championship, when the idea of Score Beo came to him.

Like many GAA fans and lovers around the country, often we find ourselves scrolling through Twitter and having to go to our respected counties social media pages in order to get updates on matches which are important to us.

Score Beo offers a unique opportunity for all GAA fans around the country.

The app offers:

  • Live updates
  • Line-ups
  • Fixtures, Results and League Tables
  • Automated News Section
  • Match details

The app will be incredibly important, particularly in the current climate we find ourselves in, where spectators will be drastically limited in games.

Simply put, this is GAA fans answer to LiveScore, a twenty-first century approach that is needed for our nation’s game.

The app will be launching on the Apple app store, as well as the Google Play store, in May of this year (2021), just in time for the hopeful return of GAA inter-county competition.

POPULAR

COVID-19: 360 new confirmed cases in Ireland

Health officials have confirmed that 360 more cases of Covid-19 have been recorded in Ireland. The figures did not...

Cyber attack on HSE will cost tens of millions to resolve – CEO Paul Reid

It will cost the State “tens of millions” of euro to resolve the network system impacted by last week’s cyber attack on...

August at the earliest for non-essential international travel – Varadkar

It will be “August at the earliest” before non-essential international travel can take place again, Tánaiste Leo Varadkar has said.

POLL: Should Ireland develop a stronger economic relationship with China?

Over the past several decades China's economy has grown exceptionally, making the nation one of the strongest economically in the world.
Ireland
clear sky
7.6 ° C
7.8 °
7.2 °
84 %
2.8kmh
7 %
Tue
13 °
Wed
13 °
Thu
15 °
Fri
10 °
Sat
9 °