Aplicaciones móviles, Software


The story of Livesport

Livesport was founded in 2006 by Martin Hájek and Jiří Mareš as a sports results service. Over time, the company experienced a gradual expansion and successfully introduced mobile applications that are now widely used by sports fans all around the world. In 2017, the Aspira Business Centre was built, serving as the headquarters of Livesport to this day. Its doors are consistently open to the world. With its increasing success, Livesport has formed prestigious partnerships. In 2019, football legend Petr Čech became the global ambassador, and in 2022 he was succeeded by two-time Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitová. Between 2022 and 2023, Livesport not only doubled its number of employees but also ventured into the world of sports journalism, setting up newsrooms across 14 countries. Today, Livesport is more than just a result service; it is a gateway to the world of sports.

What they are looking for

Livesport boasts a truly diverse team, comprising individuals of all ages, both men and women, with a range of experience levels and a shared passion for sports. A common thread among them is their ability to learn from mistakes, raise the bar, and play fair. They are team players with a drive to score. And that is what they expect from their colleagues. Although more than 270 people work at Livesport, the company maintains a relaxed and open work environment. This is also the reason why the selection process includes several meetings, to guarantee that there is a mutual fit between the prospective employee and the company.

What is good to know

Flashscore, the flagship product, represents a culmination of efforts from the initial concept to the final delivery to its users. At Livesport, teams oversee the entire lifecycle, encompassing data collection, development, operations, and extending to marketing and sales. Consequently, within a single entity, one can encounter specialists in every domain pertinent to a global technology company.

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