Paysafe Customer Spotlight

Paysafe Payment Solutions, Canada, London, India

Paysafe is a leading global payment processor.  Paysafe selects Sportlomo for  their ‘Customer Spotlight’ for the month of January 2018.

Paysafe is a technology company providing online and mobile payment services. It operates in more than 200 countries and territories with more than 100 payment types across 40 currencies and 24 languages. Paysafe selects Sportlomo for their ‘Customer Spotlight’ for January.


Paysafe Customer Spotlight

January 2018

“Sportlomo is the largest sports software provider in Ireland and a leading provider of software to amateur sports across Europe, Australia, North America and Canada. It started with automating game schedules, collecting results and updating league standings, but has evolved into meeting the needs of each layer of the sporting organization.

Now member registration, splitting payments across levels of the sports organizations, electronic tracking of team rosters, management and communication of schedules for umpires and match officials, and tracking of player discipline and injuries are all catered for in one highly integrated software platform.

All data is accurate and official, inputted online by approved match officials – often from the side of the pitch, minutes after the final whistle.”


How did we do?

“Paysafe have been super to work with. Their platform is very easy to integrate with and their customer support is first class. The ability to provide split payments, and detailed reports to our customers, is providing us with a significant competitive advantage over our competitors.”


Seamus Kyne, CEO and Founder of Sportlomo



Welcome to the Portuguese DanceSport Federation


FPDD is the national governing body for the sport in Portugal, the main goals of FPDD is to regulate, promote, administer and develop the practice of DanceSport in Portugal. The organisation is represented at regional level by 6 Associations, with 80 Clubs and more than 5.000 athletes registered.

Portugal DanceSport Federation

The partnership between Portuguese DanceSport Federation and Sportlomo includes membership and registration of athletes, coaches and judges.  This process will be integrated with FPDD Regional Associations and Clubs.

Athletes will also be able to register online for competitions and other events – with online payments through the Sportlomo platform.  Assignments of judges and delegates for competitions will also be managed using Sportlomo.

The first National Championship of DanceSport took place in Sociedade Filarmónica Alunos Apolo in 1988, and FPDD was constituted in 1991.

Portugal DanceSport Federation

Maria João Filipe our Sportlomo Portugal based County Manager will be working closely with FPDD.  Maria herself is an Indoor and Beach Volleyball Player for fifteen years and has also competed for the Portuguese National Team.

The Sportlomo team are looking to working with Portugal DanceSport.

Announcement on SportLoMo Portugal Website

Team Roster Performance Report

Clubs and Leagues Now Selling Events Online

Shortlisted for Rugby Union Australia

Sportlomo and Sports HQ make Rugby Union Australia Shortlist

SYDNEY October 22, 2017

Sportlomo in partnership with Sports HQ have been shortlisted as one of the final five software technology providers for Rugby Union in Australia.

Sportlomo CEO, Seamus Kyne flew to Australia to join Jase Farmer CEO of Sports HQ at a presentation of Sportlomo’s Rugby Platform and HQ Communication Platform to Rugby Union officials in their headquarters in Sydney on Monday 22nd October 2017.

The bid to become the Membership, Competition Management and Communication software for Rugby Australia is a join partnership between Sportlomo and Australian company Sports Network HQ based in Palm Beach Queensland.

Sportlomo and Sport HQ bid for Australia Rugby Union

Seamus Kyne (left) and Jase Farmer, Sports HQ at Rugby Union Australia

Sports Club HQ is a leading Sports Club and Team Communication platform, with e-commerce which allows for better club & team communications, as well as a way to generate great club revenues.

Sports Club HQ is a successful communications platform based in Australia.  HQ boasts one of the world’s top rugby players, George Gregan on its Board. Gregan is a retired Australian rugby union player, and is currently Australia’s highest ever internationally capped player.

Georgre Gregan, Rugby League Australia most capped player

Ben Ikin, a media personality and pundit with Fox Sports is also a Director on the HQ Network. Ikin is one of Rugby League’s most established media personalities providing expert analysis on studio panels for Fox Sports.


Rugby Union in Australia

Sport is an important part of Australian culture, Cricket, Australian rules football, Rugby union and horse racing are among the earliest organised sports in Australia.

Rugby Union is a winter sport, played throughout Australia, with a history dating back to 1864.
The principal competition in Australian rugby union is Super Rugby, which is a multi-regional competition across the southern hemisphere.

The National Rugby Championship was launched as the next level below Super Rugby in August 2014. Below the NRC are traditional capital city competitions, such as the Shute Shield of Sydney, Queensland Premier Rugby of Brisbane and Pindan Premier Grade of Perth.
The men’s national team are the Wallabies, who have won the Rugby World Cup twice, in 1991 and in 1999. The Wallabies play in Australia’s traditional sporting colours of green and gold. They are considered one of the top rugby nations, owing to success at the World Cup and consistently high ranking, being ranked fifth in the world as of 21 August 2017.

Australia also has a successful sevens team which competes in the Sevens World Series, Rugby World Cup Sevens and the Commonwealth Games. They have won the Hong Kong Sevens event on five occasions, and are also a “core team” that participates in all rounds of the Sevens World Series.

The women’s national rugby union team, the Wallaroos have been playing international rugby since 1994, and have competed at four Women’s Rugby World Cups. Their best finish was third in 2010. Women’s rugby also has a very strong sevens team who compete in the Women’s World Cup Sevens.

Portugal Rugby All Systems Go!