Founded in 1984, the company provides results for sports events in various forms and media, including tv-graphics, info systems, internet etc. using its own personnel (300 experts all over Greece), hardware and software by in-situ data collection and on-line processing.
Over these years, Galanis Sports Data has covered more than 67,000 games and 1,300 international events in all Olympic and most non-Olympic sports with an average of more than 2,000 games per year.
Since 1990, the company provides the official stats for football, basketball, volleyball in Greece. In addition, Galanis Sports Data produces the official statistics for the Superleague Football Championship as well as all basketball championships (A1 Men - ESAKE, A2 Men & A1 Women - EOK/HEBA) and provides the graphics to all television channels within the framework of the TV rights agreement.
Galanis Sports Data has covered almost all major athletic events which have been held in Greece including the 9th European Veterans’ Track & Field Championships (1994), Cosmovolley (1994), Eurovolley (1995), the VI IAFF World Marathon Cup (1995), Eurobasket (1995), Junior’s Mundobasket (1995), WorldBasket (1998), European Men’s Basketball FINAL FOUR (2000), IAAF Grand Prix “Tsiklitiria” (1998-2009), the 47th Acropolis Rally (2000), the 7th Basketball World Championship for Junior Men (2003), the 29th European Basketball Championship for Women (2003), the European Weightlifting Championships (2003), the World Youth Chess Championships,the FIVB World Tour (Men-Women) (2004), the European / World Basketball Championships for Juniors (2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2014, 2015), the European Track & Field Cup (2006), the European Archery Championships (2006), the Euroleague Final Four (2007), the European Basketball Championship for Women U16 (2010) as well as the Euroleague games of the Greek teams.
For the Athens 2004 Olympic and Paralympic Games the company provided accreditation services, tv-graphics operators, results managers, athletes biography forms and cabling installation in all venues.
Abroad, the company undertook the European Women’s Basketball FINAL FOUR (1996 Sofia – Bulgaria), the European Men’s Basketball FINAL FOUR (1997 Rome – Italy), the World Weightlifting Championships (2003 Vancouver – Canada) and provided graphics operators for the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games.
In 2001, the company provided stats and graphics on behalf of TELEFONICA and ORAD in the majority of the Euroleague basketball games in Europe (Berlin, Wroclaw, Lyon, Kaunas, Gent, Bologna, London, Tel Aviv, Istanbul, Athens, Thessaloniki), while in football, the company covered the Cypriot (1997-98), the Israeli (2001), and the Turkish Championship (2002). In 2009, in Cyprus, the company covered the 13th Games of Small States of Europe in 13 sports.
Since 2012, the company provides TV graphics (incorporating data and time) for the FIM World Motocross MX1/MX2 Championships in 18 countries in America (Brazil, Mexico, Argentina), Asia (Qatar, Thailand), and Europe.