3d Lacrosse Announces Major Video Partnership with NextPro To Enhance 3d Events Experience, Bring UWLX To The Masses

3d Lacrosse Announces Major Video Partnership with NextPro To Enhance 3d Events Experience, Bring UWLX To The Masses

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DENVER — 3d Lacrosse, the nation’s leading lacrosse services company, has announced a major partnership that will make NextPro the official video partner for all of 3d Lacrosse’s products and services, including 3d’s national and regional events and the United Women’s Lacrosse League.

Previously known as Game Time, NextPro was founded in 2010 and is based in Los Angeles. NextPro, the industry’s leader in capturing high-quality game footage and creating premium highlight reels, has agreed to provide 3d Lacrosse with exclusive videography services through the spring of 2020.

NextPro will provide all on-site equipment and staffing and will be the exclusive provider of filming services for attending squads and players at all 3d Events.

“3d Lacrosse is committed to partnering with leading-edge companies that can help us deliver more and more value and better experiences to our customers,” said 3d Lacrosse CEO Greg Waldbaum.

“NextPro is without a doubt that kind of company and this is yet another example of 3d Lacrosse attracting a partner who we can work with to make a major impact on lacrosse and its growth.”

Additionally, NextPro will be the exclusive videographer for the United Women’s Lacrosse League – the first women’s professional lacrosse league, which was brought under 3d Lacrosse’s management in 2017 and enters its third season of action this summer.

The UWLX and its four teams – the Baltimore Ride, Boston Storm, Long Island Sound and Philadelphia Force – recently announced the 2018 schedule, which includes stops at many of the summer’s top girls lacrosse events, including the newly launched UWLX Summer Draw and the STX Rising Girls Showcase.

“It’s a massive boost to the UWLX to partner with NextPro heading into Year Three as this will give lacrosse fans the ability to see the world-class lineup of talent on these four teams,” said Kristan Ash, General Manager of the UWLX.

“We put together a terrific schedule and it’s incredible that NextPro will be filming all the action from every game this season. We know this will go a long way in growing the UWLX brand, engaging fans and helping us in our mission to inspire the next generation of women’s lacrosse players.”

NextPro will also help 3d Lacrosse in evolving its own media platforms and marketing efforts by producing a series of social media clips, promotional shorts and video features to share with the lacrosse world. Using action from the field, interviews, drone footage, GoPro shots and more, NextPro will help 3d Lacrosse’s marketing team drive engaging and creative content to lacrosse fans nationwide.

Additionally, NextPro will work closely with 3d Lacrosse’s leading coaches to help cull informative video content from the 3d Methodology, 3d Lacrosse’s one-of-a-kind teaching paradigm build on decades of collective coaching experience.

“NextPro is proud to announce its partnership with 3d Lacrosse, the leading brand in the lacrosse training and event space, offering 3d’s players and parents with unlimited film viewership, download and highlight reel products,” said NextPro CEO Amin Edalat,

“High-quality content plays a powerful role in unlocking every athlete’s true potential and we believe making that content more accessible can make a difference. With the largest nationwide coverage, more than 150 event in 2018, NextPro provides an unparalleled library of 20,000 games, to view or to download, for one low annual fee.”

3d Lacrosse leadership expects the NextPro partnership to help share the 3d Events experience with more and more lacrosse fans. 3d Events operates national and regional tournaments, including the Denver Shootout in Colorado, the Oceanside Hustle in Southern California and the FLG in 3d series.

“Not only will this partnership be a tremendous value-added for our event attendees, but it will also help us better capture and share the 3d Lacrosse experience with fans from coast to coast,” Waldbaum said.

“3d Lacrosse has evolved since our inception and we’re carefully choosing who and why we work with other companies. NextPro has a proven track record of success as an innovator in the world of video and multimedia content creation. This is an exciting time for 3d Lacrosse and our many student-athletes, coaches and the great number of people in the sport who experience 3d in some way, shape or form.”

To learn more about NextPro and its range of services, visit nextpro.com.

To learn more about 3d Lacrosse and its lineup of events national and regionally, visit 3dLacrosse.com. For more information on the United Women’s Lacrosse League, visit the UWLX website at http://unitedwlax.com/.

About 3d Lacrosse

3d Lacrosse is the nation’s fastest-growing lacrosse services company, offering innovative training, premier events, select travel teams, showcases and leagues for boys and girls ages six through 18 at all levels of organized competition. Founded in 2009, the Company trains more than 35,000 athletes annually using its proprietary Box-Field Hybrid™ Development System that combines the tight stick-handling and ball control of box lacrosse with the team-based field strategies used in Division I college programs. In addition to lacrosse-specific training, professional coaches help players develop lifelong skills, including dedication, teamwork and critical thinking under pressure. Based in Denver, 3d Lacrosse also has offices in Annapolis, Atlanta, Boston, Dallas, Hartford, Houston, Los Angeles, New York, Portland, Rochester, San Diego, San Francisco and Westfield, N.J. Learn more at 3dLacrosse.com.

3d Lacrosse on Twitter: Twitter.com/3dlacrosse
3d Events on Twitter: Twitter.com/Events_3d
3d Lacrosse on Instagram: Instagram.com/3dlacrosse
3d Lacrosse on Facebook: Facebook.com/3dlacrosse

About UWLX

The United Women’s Lacrosse League is a Boston-based professional women’s lacrosse league founded in 2016 and operated by 3d Lacrosse. Also known as UWLX, the league features four teams in major sports markets: the Baltimore Ride, the Boston Storm, the Long Island Sound and the Philadelphia Force. The league is sponsored by STX Lacrosse in Baltimore and, as of 2017, is managed by 3d Lacrosse. Follow the league on Twitter at @unitedwlax and on Instagram at @unitedwlax. Learn more at the league’s website at http://unitedwlax.com.

About NextPro

We work with hundreds of youth sport event operators nationwide and we are adding more events every day. This year we will film over 500 events, over 50,000 unique games and over 500,000 student athletes.

We provide high quality game footage and capture the plays that matter most to you and to college coaches. We produce professionally edited highlight reels that showcase your emerging talent for recruiting college coaches. Our game footage and highlight reels have helped thousands of talented athletes get the exposure they need to have opportunities at colleges and universities all over the world, without ever leaving the playing fields and ball courts.

We showcase student athletes’ growth and strengths to create player profiles that demonstrate their skills and assets for scouting agents. We stay current with the latest advances in technology and film production so that our products are always on the cutting edge of what is relevant and new for our players, their family, friends, fans, and recruiting coaches.
In the coming months, NextPro will launch its app and will be delivering the best of youth sports, across seven different sports, directly to your phone, iPad and laptop. You will be able to download, save, share and store any and all videos from events that NextPro. Get your NextPro account today!

Our mission: To grow the sports we love, empower the athletes who compete in them, elevate the events showcasing athletes’ abilities and offer programming to the dedicated fans who follow them.

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