Toronto-based app theScore continues to gain popularity among sports fans around the world.
Today, the company announced another quarter of increased revenues, ranking up $6.4 million CAD in revenue over the last three months. The mobile app is now seeing a total of 4.1 million monthly active users, which is surprisingly down from 4.3 million in Q3 2016.
In a statement, founder and CEO of theScore John Levy said:
“Our team is very much focused on the imminent roll-out of some significant new features for our flagship app as the start of football season draws closer.
We’ve already begun testing some of these with a small percentage of users and the early signs suggest we’ve got something that will further strengthen our position as the number one challenger app to ESPN in North America.
The evolution of theScore app will be an ongoing process to ensure we’re meeting the demands of sports fans on mobile devices. We’re also seeing positive progress in growing the engagement and size of our off-platform audience, including theScore Bot for Facebook Messenger and with our esports video strategy.”
Even though the number of total monthly active users dropped slightly, the company noted that the growth in user engagement has been incredible. On average, users are accessing the app 92 times each month.