We’re thrilled to announce that our partner, Stats Perform, is providing Winter Olympics coverage for SoundHound Inc.’s voice AI platform users. Users will have access to the latest Winter Olympics coverage, including winners, event schedules, medal standings, live results, participants, and more from Stats Perform’s trusted Olympic Data Feed.
Powered by world-class data and AI, Stats Perform is a market-leading sports technology company that offers unparalleled coverage of the 2022 Winter Olympics. As a global sports data provider, they harness the true power of sports data by leveraging advancements in artificial intelligence to generate the industry’s richest insights. They also cover over 500K matches, including NFL, MLB, NBA, NHL, NCAA, and College Basketball.
Once enabled on the Houndify Developer Account, users can ask their voice assistant compound and complex questions, such as:
- Who won the bobsledding this year, and who won the last Winter Olympics’ men’s halfpipe?
- When are the Winter Olympics’ opening ceremony and ice skating events?
- What are all the different skiing events, and what teams are competing in curling?
The following is a complete list of Winter Olympics information that Stats Perform provides, along with how frequently the domain is updated for users to receive news as soon as the event is complete.
- Schedules – event dates and start times in UTC and local
- Events – venue location and competition results
- Teams – list of teams participating in the event
- Participants – participant physical data, team, and participating events
- Standings – individual or team standings, records, and stats by event
- Medals – event medal count by type & country with athlete
Want to turn on Winter Olympics coverage for your users? Enable Stats Perform and Olympics domains on your Houndify Developer Account or register for a free account here to explore SoundHound’s offerings.
Stats Perform and SoundHound partner for a Winter Olympics victory
The 2022 Winter Olympics will be held in Beijing, China, beginning on February 4th and running through February 20th, and will feature 109 events across 17 winter sports, including ice hockey, skiing, skating, bobsledding, and more. According to Google Trends, search rates for “Winter Olympics” and famous Olympians, such as snowboarders Shaun White and Chloe Kim, have been ramping up over the past month, with commonly searched for questions including the following:
- Where are the Winter Olympics this year?
- When do the Winter Olympics start?
- How to watch Winter Olympics?
Google Trends for “Winter Olympics”
The Winter Olympics is a global event with a large portion of the population interested in the results. According to the International Olympic Committee, the 2020 Tokyo Olympics were watched by more than 3 billion people, and official coverage was viewed by 28 billion people—a 139% increase compared with the Olympic Games Rio 2016. Interest in the Olympics is only ramping up, and companies can boost their users’ engagement with their voice assistant by offering them valuable insights into the games.