Boulder-based startup  Pivan Interactive, which provides advanced training and analytics for competitive gaming athletes powered by computer vision and artificial intelligence, has secured a partnership with Comcast following its participation in the Comcast NBCUniversal LIFT Labs Accelerator, powered by Techstars, according to a news release.

The company founded by David Sturgeon and Constantine Tsang, is working with Comcast Spectacor’s new esports joint venture, T1 Entertainment & Sports, to develop data-driven tools and provide unique analytics targeted at the organization’s professional players.

Pivan was among 11 global tech startups that made a pitch to investors, entrepreneurs and business leaders Thursday in Philadelphia. Pivan with its first product,, has been able to systematically delineate an effective customer acquisition strategy, the news release stated.

The 13-week accelerator featured companies involved with  building innovative connectivity, media, and entertainment technologies.

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