Kirkland & Ellis represented Bain Capital Tech Opportunities in its investment announced today in Hudl, the industry-leading sports performance analysis platform. The investment will further accelerate the company’s growth while helping talent thrive around the world. Hudl is the most widely used video analysis and scouting software solution in sports, with a media library of over one billion videos. More than six million coaches and athletes in 139 countries use Hudl products and services, including 160,000 teams across 35 sports. Financial terms of the private investment were not disclosed.
The Kirkland team was led by transactional partners Chris Elder and Matthew O’Brien, associates Jake Wasserman and Benjamin Meyer, and technology and IP transactions partner Vladimir Khodosh and associate Amaya Gaston.