Selección Nacional de México Joins Paranoid Fan to Deploy Emoji Maps

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Paranoid Fan emoji maps will enable Selección Nacional de México to deploy stadium and festival maps for their fans. Emoji maps will allow team to show various points of interest around the venue such as seating sections, fan zones and sponsorship activations.

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“Paranoid Fan is very excited to deploy our maps with Selección Nacional de México.  We feel this new evolution of our platform continues to lay the groundwork for our mission which is to improve the fan’s live experience,” says Agustin Gonzalez, Paranoid Fan’s CEO.

Over the past couple months, Paranoid Fan has been working to integrate its emoji maps for Selección Nacional de México in time for the summer.  Selección Nacional de México is the first National team to deploy Paranoid Fan maps.

This technology gives fans the opportunity to get a snapshot of the venue layout.  Paranoid Fan maps will allow the team to show various points of interest around the venue such as seating sections, fan zones and sponsorship activations. In addition, maps will also include mobile consulate services for Mexican citizens in attendance.

These will be accessible through the Selección Nacional de México “Mi Selección MX” mobile app. 

Because of Paranoid Fan’s mapping ability to drive offline behavior, it’s a natural fit to integrate.

“Paranoid Fan is very excited to deploy our maps with Selección Nacional de México.  We feel this new evolution of our platform continues to lay the groundwork for our mission which is to improve the fan’s live experience,” says Agustin Gonzalez, Paranoid Fan’s CEO.

The idea of Paranoid Fan originated in 2014. Paranoid Fan is a graduate of the Techstars Connection program in New York City and received seed funding from Techstars and ZX Ventures, the venture capital arm of AB InBev.

About Paranoid Fan
Paranoid Fan, based in Dallas, Texas, is a social mapping app that helps fans navigate their game day experiences. The Paranoid Fan mapping ecosystem helps users discover what is happening around their location, while also allowing them to populate content with their own personal experiences.  Today, these maps are being used by teams and clubs all over the world in the NFL, NCAA, and La Liga MX.

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