About Us – Sport Scope Video

About Sport Scope

Our History

The original Sport Scope Endzone Camera was created for a local high school team after they could not afford the systems that were currently on the market. The owner of Sport Scope, with his entrepreneur nature, decided to create a new business selling high quality, but more affordable end zone camera systems. After having one of his best engineers from his primary business, Berg Companies, design and prototype an endzone camera, he decided to launch the business in 2011.

Our mission from the beginning was to provide sports programs of all sizes a quality, easy to use, and affordable end zone camera system. We started by looking at all of our competitors and determined that their prices were too high, that their systems were too complex, and that their end zone camera packages were missing vital components. We set out to change the industry standards by offering the complete endzone camera package that is extremely easy to set up and use for an affordable price. We have always considered the customer and operator as the driving force behind everything we have done and will do.

Community Involvement

Sport Scope Endzone Camera is dedicated to helping the Special Olympics fulfill their mission of providing year-round sports training and athletic competition for children and adults with intellectual disabilities. To show this dedication, we will be making a substantial donation to the Special Olympics each year.

You can also donate to the Special Olympics at www.SpecialOlympics.org or by clicking here. Either way you decide to support the Special Olympics will greatly enhance the lives of an athlete with an intellectual disability.

Our Special Olympics program cannot thank Sport Scope enough for their support. Thanks to Sports Scope’s donations, we are able to provide the proper equipment and uniforms for our sports programs. They have been a huge advocate for local Special Olympic athlete’s in our area and we look forward to continuing our partnership.

Travis Anderson, Coeur d' Alene, ID Special Olympics