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    Slinger becomes Connexa Sports Technologies


    Slinger Bag Inc. is rebranding as Connexa Sports Technologies Inc, a connected sports technology company that brings together Slinger, PlaySight Interactive, Ltd, and Foundation Sports Systems, LLC. As part of the restructuring, Slinger also moved its headquarters from Nevada to Delaware, effective May 16, 2022. With its portfolio of ...

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    Slinger with losses in Q3 shortly before anticipated app launch


    Sports technology company Slinger, known for the Slinger Bag, reported a net loss for the third quarter ended Jan. 31 that widened 84 percent to $2.37 million from $1.29 million on a 2 percent increase in revenue to $4.20 million from $4.12 million. Slinger sold more than 7,200 tennis ball ...

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    ​Slinger closes PlaySight Interactive acquisition


    Shortly after completing its acquisition of, connected sports technology company Slinger, formerly Slinger Bag, has added the final building block to its “Watch, Play, Learn” strategy with video capture and analytics company PlaySight Interactive. PlaySight was founded in 2014 and is now firmly established in the U.S. team sport ...

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    Slinger completes acquisition of sports AI provider Gameface


    Sports technology company Slinger announced the completion of its acquisition of, a provider of artificial intelligence (AI) for sports.’s platform, which has been recognized by FIFA, World Football Summit Asia, and MIT’s Sloan Sports Analytics Conference for the accuracy of its technology, provides both technical (biomechanics) and tactical ...

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    Ambitious new targets for Slinger


    Slinger, the company that introduced the portable Slinger Bag for tennis balls in 2019, is targeting sales of $17 to $18 million for the financial year ending in April from this product, to the exclusion of recent acquisitions, representing year-on-year growth of between 57 and 67 percent. It expects to ...

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    Slinger posts higher losses while sales double in Q2


    Sales jumped by 106 percent to $5.4 million in the second quarter ended Oct. 31 for Slinger, the company that started to deliver its innovative, portable Slinger Bag tennis ball launcher at the end of 2019. However, the company’s operating loss expanded to $35.1 million from a loss of $0.2 ...

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    Slinger makes another acquisition


    Slinger has announced its third acquisition so far this year in its bid to diversify from the sale of tennis ball launchers into a provider of a full “Watch, Play and Learn” suite of products and connected digital services for tennis players, possibly catering to other sports in the later ...

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    Slinger books a loss on 349% higher sales


    Slinger Bag, which has been renamed as just Slinger following its diversification into tennis management and the planned release of AI-driven training technology, has reported a net loss of $3,435,312 for the first quarter ended July 31, up sharply from a loss of $1,374,026 in the year-ago period. Sales jumped ...