Users can now send their real-time highlights directly to social channels
WSC Sports has integrated TikTok and Instagram into its automated real-time highlights platform.
The company’s AI platform can now send videos directly to TikTok ready for the optional addition of filters and effects before publishing. With Instagram, the solution is end-to-end, with indexing, tagging, cropping, applying graphics handled by the software as usual before it is auto-published on the social platform.
All videos can be auto-cropped to 1:1, 16:9, 9:16, 4:3, and more, so can be cropped to suit the social platform they are being posted to. The integration is available for all customers.
We’re excited to share that we’ve integrated with TikTok!— WSC Sports (@WSC_Sports) April 26, 2022
Now WSC Sports users can automatically send their videos to #TikTok from the WSC Sports platform ready for filters and effects to be applied before publishing. 🤳#SportsHighlights #Highlights #AI #Content #Automation pic.twitter.com/z4ve99qVRr
WSC Sports has over 200 clients currently signed up - including the likes of the Italian Football Federation, Extreme E, and more. Over 3.4m highlights were created with its AI platform in 2021, and over 6,000 stories were created with its new WSC Stories product.
It raised £73m in Series D funding in February, with the plan to expand to new geographies, sports, and platforms such as OTT, NFTs, sports betting and more - plus hire an additional 150 employees at its head office in Israel, as well as regional offices in New York, Sydney, and London.