Alloy Media + Marketing Picks Up Social Network For High School Sports TAKKLE

Alloy Media + Marketing , a division of the publicly listed Alloy, has agreed to acquire high school sports social network and portal TAKKLE and intends to fold it into its youth-focused media and advertising network . This comes right after Alloy M+M's acquisition of teen girl community . TAKKLE is essentially an online community service centered around high school and college athletics, enabling young athletes to create player and team profiles, share videos and photos, track and view stats, and allows students to connect with team coaches and college sports recruiters for advancement opportunities. It's pretty similar to PrepChamps , which also focuses mainly on high school athletes and helping them succeed. According to the news release, TAKKLE currently draws a monthly audience of about one million athletes. Alloy Media + Marketing’s Network reaches a total audience of over 20 million people.
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