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• 16 eFootball national teams consisting of two players each to compete in new show-case event in 2019
• One of three events hosted by FIFA within the FIFA 19 Global Series
• FIFA eNations Cup will take place on 13 - 14 April 2019 as part of the FIFA 19 Global Se-ries on the Road to the FIFA eWorld Cup™
Zixi, an industry leader for enabling dependable, live broadcast-quality video over unmanaged and managed IP today announced that GINX Esports TV, the leading international Esports channel, has adopted the Zixi Platform for dependable, secure broadcast-quality delivery over IP for its global live Esports coverage.
Daktronics (NASDAQ-DAKT) of Brookings, South Dakota, is expanding the SportAppTM 3 to support the sport of baseball from the company’s AJT Systems division which focuses on intuitive control functionality for live event productions. This release comes on the heels of SportApp 3 being released for basketball, football, hockey and soccer last fall.
The heady mix of highly tuned bikes, screaming engines, screeching tyres and brakes and supernatural speed races meshed with the breath-taking daring of motorcycle stunt acrobatics… indoor Motocross racing and Freestyle MX all rolled into a single adrenaline fuelled night of seat-edge action complete with pumping soundscape… and you have the heartbeat of Arenacross (AX)!
Lawo mc²96 & AoIP Adds High-Fidelity Broadcast Audio To Downhill Skiing At FIS Alpine World Championships
Two weeks of FIS Alpine World Ski Championships 2019 held at the National Arena in Åre, Sweden, finished on Sunday, 17 February, with the final slalom contest and the Closing Ceremony. The event saw new world champions crowned in downhill, super-G, giant slalom, slalom, alpine combined and the alpine team event, and broke new ground in remote production.
Yet another Alpine World Championship in Åre has come to an end. The third through the years. Skiers, visitors and volunteers have lived and breathed the World Championships for weeks. The organization has done the same for years. Beyond all the races that have been raced, the medals that have been awarded, something else has taken place. Perhaps the thoughts have been thought before, maybe they have been awaken when being here. Thoughts of the real meaning of life, or rather, thoughts of what kind of life we want to live. Thoughts of where our children should grow up, of where our everyday lives should take place. Where life should be lived.
The FIS Alpine World Ski Championships Åre 2019 concluded Sunday, 17 February, with the men’s slalom competition and the closing ceremony. To officially mark the end of the season’s highlight event in Åre, Sweden, the local organizing committee handed over the flag of the International Ski Federation (FIS) to the organizers of the 2021 World Ski Championships in Cortina d’Ampezzo, Italy.
Marcel Hirscher was not about to have anyone take the slalom gold from him. Alexis Pinturault, the only athlete with a chance to push the Austrian giant off the top of the podium, made a mistake in the second run. Austria swept the men's slalom podium as the Åre 2019 finale.
Images from Åre 2019 may reach in excess of 815 million households worldwide. A total of 90 cameras are used to convey the action on and off the slopes to ski fans around the globe through race broadcasting, award ceremonies and studio programs.
The slalom, which is close to Swedish hearts, requires quick feet and lightning fast decision-making ability to end up with the hundredths on the right side. The margins are often tiny and small misjudgments can have decisive consequences in the battle for gold.
Giant slalom, one of the most elegant disciplines in alpine skiing, requires good technique and ability to handle high speeds. It is time for super G gold medalist Mikaela Shiffrin of the United States to return to racing and take on the ladies' giant slalom course in Åre, which is in good shape.
It was a tough battle between Alexis Pinturault, Marcel Hirscher and Henrik Kristoffersen for who would claim that sought-after Giant Slalom gold medal. They were all within 18 hundredths of a second after the first run. And it was a dramatic ending, where Henrik Kristoffersen claimed his first ever World Championships medal – and thereby his first World Championships title.
Gearhouse Broadcast Chooses Freespeak II Wireless Intercom for Australia's Tripple Eight Race Engineering
– In Australia, Gravity Media’s Gearhouse Broadcast Pty Limited (Gearhouse) and Triple Eight Race Engineering Australia Pty Ltd (Triple Eight) have entered into a four-year service partnership for communications systems, with
In association with its partner Studio Hamburg MCI, DTC Broadcast recently deployed a complete DTC broadcast wireless system for coverage of the Hankook 24Hr DUBAI endurance race at the Dubai Autodrome in the United Arab Emirates, part of the 24Hr SERIES powered by Hankook.