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Snapchat is bringing its real-time sports filters to high schools

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High school football is about to get a lot more Snapchat-friendly. 

The photo app will soon debut a new type of geofilter that shows sports scores for local high school football games in real time.

The filters, a result of a partnership between Snapchat and a Southern California startup called ScoreStream, will start to show up in Snapchat during high school football games on Sept. 2. 

The filters are similar to the live score geofilters the company rolled out earlier this year for NBA games. During games at participating high schools — Snapchat won’t say exactly how many schools will be a part of the effort but that it expects the filters to show up at more than 5,000 games each week — students can overlay scoreboard filters onto their photos.  Read more…

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